Built during the 17th century, this chapel is richly adorned with paintings and models of ships offered ex voto by sailors. The esplanade bordering the...Read more
Built around 1060 by William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy then King of England, the ducal castle in Caen is now home to the Musée de Normandie (Normandy...Read more
Built by Claude Nicolas Ledoux. Property of the Calvados Council. Monumental edifice among the most innovative examples of French Neoclassicism (18th century).
Mound located in the Saint Sever forest and occupied from the year 1000 to 1050. Built at the confluence of two rivers, comprising the mound itself, 2...Read more
Access via a wide pedestrian pathway running alongside the several hundred-year-old beech grove. Discover the exceptionally beautiful panorama that unfolds...Read more
Of Romanesque origin, almost entirely rebuilt during the 19th century, the chapel is located on a headland offering remarkable panoramic views.
This church remains one of Normandy's most remarkable Romanesque religious edifices. 19th Century "Cavaillé-Coll" organ. The choir houses William the Conqueror's...Read more
Built during the 14th and 16th centuries, the church was never completed. Its leaning 2.28 metre-high and 46cm wide tower is a truly characteristic feature...Read more
Built from the 13th to the 16th centuries, the church offers an interesting insight into the evolution of architectural styles: from Rayonnant and Flamboyant...Read more
13th Century Norman Gothic edifice. To visit the church, please ask for the key at the bar located opposite.