Activities in the Region


Paris, the City of Light, is the capital of France and is known to be a city of culture, gastronomy and history. Iconic landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame, the Centre Pompidou and the Louvre Museum are just a few of the many places to visit.

1h30 by TGV - 231km

Château de Versailles

The Versailles castle is a 17th century royal residence that was once the center of French political power. Today, the castle is open to the public and offers guided tours of its opulent rooms, magnificent gardens, and grand fountains.

2h13 - 233km

Château de Chambord

The Chambord castle is a remarkable example of French Renaissance architecture, built for King Francis I. It has about 440 rooms, 365 fireplaces, and a superb view of the castle gardens.

2h - 186km

Chapel Saint Hubert and Château d'Amboise

The Saint-Hubert Chapel is a gem of flamboyant Gothic architecture, built in the 15th century by Charles VIII, where you can meditate on the tomb of Leonardo da Vinci. Nearby is the Amboise castle, a former royal residence that housed Leonardo da Vinci.

1h41 - 156km

Puy du Fou

The Puy du Fou amusement park is famous for its grandiose shows featuring the history of France and Europe. Actors, animals, and special effects transport visitors on a journey through time.

1h57 - 168km

Serge Doceul's Workshop

Serge Doceul's workshop is a must-see for art lovers. This painter has presented his works at prestigious exhibitions in Europe and the United States.

2h34 - 222km

Mont Saint-Michel

Mont Saint-Michel is a medieval abbey situated on a rocky island. The site is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most visited places in France.

2h15 - 162km

Omaha Beach

Omaha Beach is one of the Normandy landing beaches where thousands of Allied soldiers landed in 1944. Today, it is a place of remembrance and reflection for visitors.

2h26 - 234km


Deauville is a prestigious seaside resort located in Normandy. It is famous for its casino, listed villas, racecourses, marinas, and of course, its beach.

2h25 - 204km


Étretat is famous for its spectacular cliffs which have inspired many artists, including Claude Monet. The cliffs offer a breathtaking view of the English Channel and can be reached on foot via marked trails. Étretat beach is also very popular and offers a magnificent view of the cliffs.

3h - 250km