Les Enfants de Neptune
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lundi 18 avril 2011, par willy

The surroundings

Your vacation home is located Cale Neptune in Arromanches-les-bains. The entrance door is juste 30 yards from the beach (As per Google earth data !). That way all the possible sea-orientated sports and activities are at your reach : sand castles, sunbathing, swimming, kite flying, sea kayak, windsurfing, etc… The house comes with a patio and cellars allowing you to store all the necessary outdoor equipement, and, if you choose to, to enjoy the high tide and any friendly wind for a little outdoor adventure right at your door.

Les Enfants de Neptune is directly downtown Arromanches, with a boulangerie, Newsagent and café as well as other shops right at your doorstep (this includes a minimarket and a pharmacy).

 

You will also find a mini golf closeby. Many more activities are available in the town : tennis, sandyatching, fishing, biking, etc…

 

Accessibility

Arromanches-les-bains is about a 10mn drive from Bayeux, at the center of the D-Day landing beaches.. It’s a 2h30 drive from Paris. You can access by train via the Bayeux train station and then take a taxi (It’s a 2h ride from Paris St Lazare Station to Bayeux, using the Paris/Cherbourg line).

It might however be more enjoyable to have the use of a car once there.

 

Practical informations

A) Farmers markets
Arromanches-les-bains
Saturday morning Bd Gilbert Longuet
Bayeux
Small market on wenesday morning rue Jean (downtown, close to the Tourist Information Office)
A big Farmers Market takes place every Saturday morning Place St Patrice ( at the top of Rue St Patrice, the main shopping street)
Port en Bessin
A big Farmers Market takes place every Sunday morning on the docks
Courseules sur Mer
A big Farmers Market takes place every Tuesday and Friday morning downtown

B) Discovery hike
A 15 km hiking, cycling or running path allows you to explore the whole area, starting right from Arromanches



C) DDay Museum et 360° Cinema
you can walk directly to Arromanches’ D.Day Museum and Circular Theater, and fly back in time to(re)discover the amazing human epic times of 1944 D.Day

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