Between Brittany, Normandy and United Kingdom, the Chanel is a sea of ââconnection, which connects various cultures. Where knowledge rhymes with relaxation and relaxation. Because the Channel is a sea on which many historical events took place: the Norman invasions, the Franco-British wars, the Celtic wars, the D-Day... But it is also a place of relaxation, favorable to the seaside tourism, between relaxing on the beach or sporting activities such as sailing, canoeing, boating, surfing, swimming ... Finally, the Channel is also a place for nature lovers who will discover different aspects of the sea and coastline over the tides. It is known worldwide thanks to its world-renowned cultural and tourist destinations, such as Mont Saint-Michel, this former fortified residence, a true jewel of architecture and culture, with a strong religious and historical imprint. Finally, for lovers of discovery along the water, the Normandy Islands will bring an exotic touch to your vacation. In short, the Channel has it all. And to avoid ruining your budget, the nearby Airotel campsites are perfect for you. For holidays that will be as affordable as pleasant. We will show you the major activities that you can do, between the D-Day beaches, the Normandy islands and of course the famous Mont Saint-Michel.
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Fortunately, it has been a long time since the D-Day beaches have regained their splendor. Still, they are a witness of the past. As a reminder, no less than 150000 soldiers landed on the beaches, on June 6, 1944, through sea and air landing. The famous Battle of Normandy sounded the death knell of the Second World War. It is therefore a landscape steeped in history that awaits you. But don't worry, the visit, while being a reminder of the worst days of humanity, is not really oppressive. You will be able to discover all the sites of history, from Utah Beach, through the Battery, not to mention the museums and other institutions that will explain more deeply the ins and outs of this period of world historical importance. A road trip is planned over 4 days to bring you a complete visit of the places.
You have always had the sea legs? Then what's better than a sailboat, a boat and other ships to embark and visit the islands of Normandy and the Channel Islands. You will have plenty of activities between Chausey Archipelago, Tatihou Island, Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Alderney, Herm, Les Minquiers, Ecréhous, Saint-Marcouf Islands. You will not necessarily be able to survey them all, but you can discover them from the ocean. And to taste something new, visit the Channel Islands. Also visit the places to discover the different sea birds, between torda penguins, crested cormorants, and Atlantic puffins.
An integral part of UNESCO World Heritage, you will have to get up early to discover Mont Saint-Michel before the crowds of tourists. At high tide, discover a jewel surrounded by water; at low tide, one of the most interesting bays you can stroll through.