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Getaway - Caen and Normandy Landing beaches
Much of Caen was destroyed by Allied bombing raids in the Second World War and it is a living testimony of this era.
From the memorial to museums and Normandy Landing beaches such as Omaha Beach and Sword Beach, visitors can see the vestiges of one of the most important events of the 20th century
Getaway - Le Touquet
On the Opal Coast, Le Touquet-Paris-Plage takes its name from its 12 km of sandy beaches only two hours away from Paris. On the shores of the English Channel, surrounded by a forest of maritime pines, this seaside resort was rebuilt after the Second World War and became a favourite destination with
Getaway - Lens and the Northern France Belfries
Lens bears witness to the ravages of the First World War and the industrial revolution. But today it is a lively, diverse and original town nestling at the heart of the mining area which generated the region's wealth. And out of this rich past, the commune has preserved a unique landscape, dotted wi
Getaway - Lille
In the north of France, Lille faces towards Belgium. A thousand year-old city, it has buildings of every style and era forming a harmonious ensemble. The Vauban Citadel, Paris Gate, Old Stock Exchange, Fine Arts Palace and Opera house have a distinctive splendour.
Once a year a gigantic market i
Getaway - Rouen
A port on the banks of the River Seine, Rouen expanded extensively in the days of the Romans. Every era has left its monuments which are still standing today. They include, in any order, the Cathedral of Notre-Dame, the Law Courts, Rue du Gros-Horloge and the road of the abbeys. If we add to this
Getaway - Seaside resorts of Deauville, Trouville, Cabourg, Honfleur.
Along the flowered coastline are a multitude of seaside resorts with a wide variety of charming features.
The mythical Deauville is reputed for its stars and American film festival while nearby Trouville, on a more modest scale, is enchanting for the charm of its architecture and old fishing harb
Getaway - Somme Valley, Amiens & Abbeville
The Somme Valley became famous for the battle that took place there during the First World War. It takes its name from the large river which, with its many twists and turns, made hundreds of lakes along its course.
From Amiens (birthplace of Jules Vernes with the world's largest Gothic cathedral
Getaway - The Opal Coast
This Coast, which runs along the Channel right up to the North Sea, interrupted by long beaches, striking cliffs and grandiose rocky outcrops, is located between the Caps of Blanc-Nez and Griz-Nez. Its craggy landscape with its ever-changing, almost mysterious hues, and its twists and turns gives an