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Summer Getaway, Along the Coast of Normandy

Embark on an unforgettable summer escape along Normandy’s coastlines. Start your adventure in Normandy with an authentic nature break. Breathe in the sea air while visiting Étretat, where chalk cliffs plunge majestically into the turquoise waters of the English Channel. This panorama, inspiring artists like Matisse and Monet, offers breathtaking views from the pebble beach to the horizon.

End the evening at Donjon - Domaine Saint Clair, a former Anglo-Norman manor covered in ivy, home to a Michelin-starred restaurant since 2021.

Before leaving the coast, don't miss the Jardins d'Étretat perched on the cliffs of the Alabaster Coast. Among the most beautiful in Normandy, these gardens offer a UNESCO World Heritage view.

Continue visiting the Jardin des Plantes in Coutances, a botanical paradise combining natural splendour with careful design. Don’t miss the plant maze and children’s play areas, perfect for family fun.

Next, head to the ocean for an unforgettable dining experience at Le Mascaret restaurant in Blainville-sur-Mer. This Michelin-starred gem offers refined cuisine inspired by local ingredients in a warm, family-like atmosphere. Stay in one of the restaurant's exceptional rooms.

Add a touch of glamour to your travels and explore Blainville-sur-Mer by visiting the Musée Christian Dior in the famous designer’s childhood home. Surrounded by picturesque gardens overlooking the sea, the museum offers an intimate dive into Dior’s life and work, blending fashion history with scenic beauty. The regularly renewed collections invite you to return every year. Enjoy the bloom of fragrant roses from May to September for a complete sensory experience.

Conclude your journey with two iconic French landmarks. Mont Saint-Michel, a 97-hectare rocky islet located east of the Couesnon estuary in Normandy, is a must-visit. Listed as a historical monument, the abbey is one of France’s most visited cultural sites. Don’t miss Auberge de la Mère Poulard, founded over 130 years ago by Annette Poulard, where you can enjoy her famous golden biscuits, an authentic Proustian madeleine.

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