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Due to its privileged geographical location, the Domaine de Coeurmandie constitutes an ideal stopover for travelers seeking tranquility and visitors attracted by the cultural and historical heritage of the region.

Located in the heart of the charming village of Bény-sur-Mer, the peaceful establishment is also located halfway between Mont Saint-Michel and the cliffs of Étretat, and in the immediate vicinity of the landing beaches.

The wonder of Normandy The Mont Saint Michel

Iconic symbol of Normandy, Mont Saint Michel stands majestically in the middle of the bay.

This architectural marvel, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, attracts millions of visitors each year.

Its millennia-old abbey, its picturesque streets and its natural environment make the place an unmissable stopover.

In the lands Bayeux

Bayeux displays an exceptional architectural heritage, dating mainly from the medieval period.

Its name is confused with its famous 11th century tapestry, recounting the conquest of England by William the Conqueror. 

Capital of Bessin, the town is also known for its half-timbered houses and its famous cathedral in neo-Roman and Gothic style.

At the water's edge Towns on the Coast

The Domaine de Coeurmandie is surrounded by coastal gems of undeniable charm waiting to be explored:

  • Courseulles-sur-Mer, a peaceful seaside resort with a large marina, is distinguished by its friendly atmosphere and its attachment to Canada's participation in the landing operations with the center Juno Beach.
  • Honfleur enchants with its picturesque houses, its narrow streets, its lively little port and its attraction for art, particularly impressionism. 
  • Deauville, a fashionable seaside resort very active in organizing events of all kinds, attracts beach lovers.
  • Étretat dazzles with its spectacular cliffs, offering breathtaking views over the English Channel.

Less than 20 kilometers Caen

Capital of Lower Normandy, Caenis also the “city of a hundred bell towers”. It has a historical heritage made up of castles, abbeys, churches and museums.

It is home to remarkable buildings such as the medieval castle started by William the Conqueror, as well as the Abbaye aux Hommes and the Abbaye aux Dames, where he and his wife are buried.

It also houses a Memorial retracing the history of the 20th century and in particular that of the Landings and the Battle of Normandy.

Served by train and plane, Caen is also a leisure city where people enjoy golf in particular.

Memory duty Places steeped in history from the Second World War

The surroundings of Domaine de Coeurmandie are full of these places.

This is the case of the vast sandy beaches which, like Omaha Beach or Juno Beach, were the scene of battlefields and still bear the scars of the operations of the Second World War. Today, these places have become spaces of contemplation.

In the same way, the American Military Cemetery of Colleville-sur-Mer, the Canadian Military Cemetery of Bény-sur-Mer or the British Military Cemetery of Hermanville-sur-Mer pay tribute to the soldiers who fell during the Normandy landings.

Other witnesses peacefully recall the lives lost during this great battle for Freedom: the D-Day museums, Hill 314, the artificial port of Arromanches-les-Bains, the Battery of Longues-sur- Mer, or the Airborne Museum of Sainte-Mer-Eglise.

Each of these tours leaves a lasting impression on visitors.