People visit Bayeux for its tapestry and cathedral as well as stroll around this charming little town miraculously saved from World War II fire.
The capital of the district of Bessin has a novel heritage, making it one of the most beautiful places in all of Normandy. This country town has a charming atmosphere with pastoral walks and evergreen gardens.
The trail along the Aure offers pedestrians and cyclists a relaxing pause and the opportunity hours to get a closer look at timber-framed homes, paved courtyards, townhouses from the 18th century, as well as bridge-lined river banks and old mills.
Another site you won’t want to miss in Bayeux is the Memorial Museum. The gateway to the D-Day beaches and covering 2300 m², it provides an immersive experience transporting you to the heart of the Battle of Normandy, with a chronological trail relaying the events of summer 1944.
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