Cab Vados

The Unmissable Destinations

Cab’Vados guides you to discover our history and culture

THE MONT SAINT MICHEL

The Mont-Saint-Michel has the particularity of being erected on a rocky islet, surrounded by a magnificent bay, theater of the biggest tides of continental Europe. Between Normandy and Brittany, this grandiose site is one of the most visited in France.

Photo by Korben Dallas

THE LANDING BEACHES

The Landing of June 6, 1944 on the beaches of Normandy is the largest amphibious and airborne operation of all time. Come and visit these places full of emotions.

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THE CLIFFS OF ETRETAT

A romantic theater overlooking the English Channel, Étretat has inspired the most illustrious artists. A few moments on the spot are enough to understand why… The singular shape of its cliffs, be it the Manneporte, the Courtine or the Aiguille, invite the imagination.

BAYEUX

One of the most impressive works of history in an authentic setting. Bayeux does it with respect, with a varied, astonishing and preserved heritage. Bayeux is the ideal point of call for visiting the D-Day beaches, which are only a few kilometers away.

Baptiste Heschung

THE AMERICAN CEMETERY

In the heart of the Normandy landing beaches, the American cemetery of Colleville sur Mer overlooks Omaha Beach. A must-see during your visit to the beaches of Normandy, it gathers the graves of 9,387 fallen soldiers, the chapel, the memorial and the garden of the missing.
Image by Guillaume Paumier

THE BOARDS OF DEAUVILLE

The promenade des planches is one of the symbols of Deauville, built in 1923, the Planches border the Pompeian Baths. This Art Deco complex, designed by Charles Adda, was inspired by models from Antiquity, while at the same time embracing modernity with its clean lines and the use of concrete punctuated by mosaics.