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To see and to do ...


Around the Cape


Starting from the hamlet of Landemer

Château d'Urville Nacqueville, its park

The birthplace of Jean-François Millet

The Bay of Quervière in Eculleville

The Tourp manor, cultural site of La Hague

Omonville la Rogue, its village and its port

Jacques Prévert House, Omonville la Rogue

Port Racine (one of the smallest ports in France)

Goury (the tip of the cape)
Ecalgrain Bay
The nose of Jobourg

Vauville (its castle and its botanical garden)
The dunes of Biville



Hiking on the coastal path, long-distance hiking trail GR 223
Sailing Schools: Windsurfing, Sand yachting, Catamaran, Kayaking, Kitesurfing ... in Urville-Nacqueville and Omonville la Rogue

Electric bikes and mountain bikes in Omonville la Rogue

Paragliding, Horse riding
Sea fishing and shore fishing
Karting circuit at Beaumont Hague
Océalis aquatic center in Beaumont Hague





Val de Saire: Barfleur, its medieval port

Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue, its port, its oyster beds

Tatihou Island, ornithological paradise
Cherbourg and the city of the sea, the port, the harbor, the museums
The landing beaches
Barneville, Carteret and Portbail
The Channel Islands, Alderney, Guernsey ...

The paradisiac Chausey Islands, from Granville


Getting there ...

By car

1 h 30 from Caen via N 13
2 h 30 from Rennes via A 86
4 hours from Paris via A 13
6 hours from Brussels via Amiens, Rouen and Le Havre.

By train

Cherbourg SNCF train station is a 30-minute drive from the two gîtes.

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