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In the vicinity

Discover the thousand and one riches of the Cotentin, the Regional Natural Park of the Cotentin and Bessin Marshes, the Bay of Mont Saint Michel, the D-Day Beaches, the Côte de Nacre, the Côte Fleurie...



At the "Seuil du Cotentin", the Parc des Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin reveals many landscapes between marshes, hedgerows, coastline and moors, for the greatest happiness of nature lovers. Going down the west coast of the Cotentin, the Bay of Mont Saint-Michel, 2 hours drive from the hotel, offers mountains and wonders! The Mont Saint Michel, erected on a rocky islet in the middle of immense shores subjected to the comings and goings of powerful tides, attracts each year nearly 2.5 million visitors, pilgrims or simple tourists.


In Calvados, the D-Day Beaches preserve the testimony of the decisive episode that was the landing of June 6, 1944 in the liberation of France. Utah Beach, Omaha Beach, Gold Beach, Juno Beach and Sword Beach are part of the history of the Battle of Normandy and bear the scars of the Second World War, as does Pointe du Hoc and its impressive craters left by the bombing.

Around the beach

A little further on

To find a bit of lightness, the Côte Fleurie and its dreamy seaside resorts compete with charm and elegance. The beauties of the coast, Cabourg, Deauville and Trouville invite you to enjoy the sweetness of life between immense beaches and Belle Epoque villas, casinos and seawalls.

By staying at the Hotel Le Cap in Barneville Carteret, you can visit the English Channel as far as Mont Saint Michel and visit Calvados as far as Honfleur... and come back to the hotel to appreciate its peace and quiet and its services after a long and beautiful day in Normandy!