A golf stay in Normandy

The golf of Etretat|The Omaha Beach golf|Golf Park|L'amiraute golf|Caen golf|Coutainville golf|

Themes : golf

Normandy is recognized as one of the best destinations in the world for the practice of golf. You can enjoy the variety of golf courses, by choosing a course rather technical, select, rather rural or seaside.

La Villa Florida, Dieppe, France (en)
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Set in a landscaped garden opening onto Dieppe-Pourville Golf Course, this bed and breakfast is located 500 metres from cliffs on the coast....
Hotel Dormy House, Étretat, France (en)
Offering panoramic views of the cliffs of Etretat and the sea, this cliffside hotel is situated in 4 hectares of gardens and offers direct access to the......
Hotel Carmin, Le Havre, France (en)
Hotel Carmin is located in Le Havre town centre, just an 8-minute walk from Le Havre’s beach and 21 km from Honfleur....
The stages
Dieppe is the Dean of the French resorts, it is also a city of Art and history. Its cliffs, its range, its old town and its fishing port and Marina make it a popular destination for visitors. Dieppe has drawn in the 19th century painters Boudin, Pissaro, Sisley and Renoir.
The forest of D'eawy
D'eawy forest is considered to be the second beech forest of France. It consists mainly of beech, some are notable, but other species are present: oak, charm, ash and cherry.
The cliffs of Etretat
Once modest fishing village, Etretat became a renowned resort. The look extraordinary and monumental of its almost immaculate white chalk cliffs and its greyish pebble beaches have made one of the places of international tourism.
Le Havre
Classified world heritage by Unesco, the city of le Havre fascinates by its strange beauty. Le Havre is exceptional for its unity, is an outstanding example of urban planning of the post-war period based on the innovative exploitation of concrete.
Deauville is a renowned seaside resort, promenade des Planches is dotted with cabins of bath bearing the names of American stars. Summer destination by excellence between Racecourse, beach and casino, the station wants to be a city that lives year-round.
Located on the estuary of the Dives, Cabourg is an elegant seaside resort renowned for its 4 kilometres of beach sand and the Belle Époque atmosphere made famous by Marcel Proust.
The city of Caen, labeled "city of Art and history", has a very beautiful heritage. Its three jewels are based by Guillaume the Conqueror: the two abbeys are real gems of Romanesque art and the castle is considered to be one of the largest fortified enclosures in Europe.
Omaha Beach
Omaha Beach is the name used by the Allies during World War II to designate one of the five beaches of the Normandy landings. Assigned to U.S. troops, it is the one where the Allies lost the most troops earned him the nickname of "Omaha", the bloody.
Dominated by the towering towers of the Cathedral, the city of Art and history of Coutances, cans of older neighbourhoods, mansions and a beautiful religious heritage. Coutances is also known for its 'Jazz sous les Pommiers' festival which takes place in May.
Nicknamed the 'wonder of the West"Mont-St.-Michel is classified world heritage of the UNESCO. Place of pilgrimage since the middle ages, it attracts visitors from all over the world. It is the third of France tourist site in France with more than 3'000 ' 000 visitors each year.
Main tourist centre of the Norman Switzerland, the town of Clécy narrow is the starting point for many hikes. It offers all kinds of leisure activities: golf, fishing, canoeing, climbing, pedal boat, hang gliding and horseback riding.
City Episcopal and capital of the Eure, Evreux has an important architectural and artistic heritage. Notre Dame Cathedral is an architectural gem of the 13th century, the belfry is unique in Normandy and in the Abbey Church of Saint-Taurin is a treasure of medieval goldsmithing.
Giverny is best known for the House and the gardens of the Impressionist painter Claude Monet, who lived in the village. The village mainly consists of two hillside streets lined with low houses covered of a roughcast with slate roofs and adorned with Wisteria and Virginia Creeper.
Bernay, labelled 'city of Art and history' has all the attractions of a city of charm and hobbies. Its rich history, its saved architecture and its preserved landscapes give it a typically Norman setting.
Le Bec-Hellouin
Ranked among the «Plus Beaux Villages de France», Le Bec-Hellouin is a typical Normandy village with houses timbered and flowery balconies. It takes its name from the Creek that borders and founder of the Bec Abbey.
Rouen is not only "the city of a hundred spires", the capital of Normandy is an extraordinary diversity. Labeled "City and country of Art and history", it has an important architectural and religious heritage with one of the most sumptuous Gothic cathedrals in France.