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The Côte de Nacre

Do you know the Côte de Nacre? No? Well now's the time to set off to discover an area rich in nature and history.

Zoom in on the Côte de Nacre? The Côte de Nacre is an area on the Normandy coast in Calvados. And for your enjoyment, it features all sorts of beaches between Courseulles-sur-Mer and Ouistreham, along the Channel coast. So come and make the most of family seaside resorts such as Luc-sur-Mer and Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer. You'll just love their authentic fishermen's houses and white huts on the seawall, so emblematic of Normandy.

 

On the program? Obviously, the Côte de Nacre is home to the D-Day Landing beaches, and all along the coast various museums are devoted to our history: Juno Beach in Courseulles and the Museum of Commando number 4 in Ouistreham. Diving headlong back into the past is a moving experience. The beach also means lots of different waterports, including sand yachting, windsurfing and kitesurfing, to give your stay a bit of oomph! Enjoy a stay full of fun and new discoveries on the Côte de Nacre. Just pack those bags, and you're off!

 

http://www.normandie-tourisme.fr/

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