Normandy has a rich cultural history with a cuisine based on locally-produced ingredients : apples, cider, calvados and cream.
Surrounded by hedgerows, apple and pear orchards and quiet country lanes, St Fraimbault village waits to welcome you. Walkers, cyclists and the fishing enthusiasts who test their skills in the Varenne river that flows through the village, enjoy the riches the region has to offer.
The Gîte de Bellevue is within easy distance of Mont St Michel, the medieval towns of Domfront and of Bayeux with its famous tapestry, Fougères castle, Falaise – the birthplace of William the Conqueror, the D-Day Landing beaches . . .
Crédit photos CDT Calvados : Arromanches plages, Bayeux ville, Bayeux Cimetière, Bayeux Tapisserie, Caen mémoriale ; GIP-ADECO Pays du Bocage ; Maison Pan de Bois ; Vieux Bayeux