Some tips and ideas for various activities and tourist spots in and around the area, making your Holiday in Normandy stay more enjoyable...


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Cycling enthusiasts, from the simple amateur to the athletic cyclist –Prepare your cycle and trace your route with Calvados Tourism.

Woodland Walks

Selection of the finest walks to warm your heart over a tour of Calvados.

Explore the panoramic trails of the Suisse Normande, the The Neuilly marshes or Deauville heights.

The Mill house has details of local circuit walks.

Biking Tours

Plan your next trip with Brittany Ferries motorbike tours. We welcome touring motor cycles and offer full garage facilities.

Motorcycle Route

D908 : Domfront – Sées Motorcycle rural route with Fast forest sections.

Length approximately 48 kms/29.8 miles


Golfing is an excellent way to see some of the Normandy region best scenery while still working on that handicap.





Calvados is steeped in rich history from medieval to modern.

The D-Day WWII landing beaches are must see attraction.

Horse Riding

Enjoy great day out Horse/Pony riding at Baronnerie equestrian center!

Located in the heart of the Suisse Normande, in the town of Pont-d’Ouilly


For the Fishing enthusiasts, whether it’s fly fishing, coarse fishing or sea fishing that floats your boat, we are lucky to have many beautiful fishing spots in Normandy.

Seaside Resort

Enjoy day out at the popular seaside resort of Arromanches-les-Bains is inextricably linked with the liberation of western Europe following D-Day. 

Roche d’Oëtre

Roche d’Oëtre has been cut out of rock, and is one of the finest belvederes in western France. This listed nature site is located in the heart of the oldest mountain in Europe in the heart of Suisse Normande. 

Suisse Normande

In the Suisse Normande (‘Norman Switzerland’ in English) you’re bound to feel closer to nature.

The Orne valley to the south of Caen is fantastic for all manner of outdoor activities.


Clécy is a picturesque village in the heart of the Suisse Normande and Beau-Rivage is a popular centre for canoeing, kayaking and boating.

Le Mans 24h

Only 2 hour drive away, why not attend the Le Mans 24hr race, one in lifetime experience.

Le Mans Museum

After attending the Le Mans 24hr, why not visit the dedicated Le Mans Automobile Museum with over 140 vehicles, tells the epic motor racing story.

Mont Saint Michel

With over 1,300 years of  history, Mont Saint-Michel is a true emblem of French heritage. Perched on a rocky islet, this “Wonder of the West” offers a tidal spectacle unlike any other the world that can only be seen from above…


Within our local area, list of things to do in Conde-sur-Noireau, Calvados listed on TripAdvisor.

Located in the heart of the Norman Bocage on the banks of the Druance, the Le Doulcet de Pontécoulant family settled there in the 14th century.

The Château, built in the 16th century on the site of an old feudal motte.

Gourmet Treasures

Are you a lover of good food? What’s your preference? Sweet? Savoury? Seafood?

Succumb to the taste of our local specialities, throughout Calvados, you’re sure to find a place to taste our specialities.


Falaise Castle

The site of Falaise Castle, situated on the edge of the first foothills of the Armorican massif, has been occupied by man since at least the Mesolithic Age 7000 BC.

Enjoy an immersive medieval experience inside our three master towers. 

Bayeux Tapestry

Bayeux Tapestry, this museum houses the famous Tapestry, a 70-m long piece of embroidery that graphically tells the story of the 1066 Battle of Hastings. The museum closed during month of January.