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    not heard of it
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    not heard of it
    Its in France
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    It's "accessible" (as in, you can drive to Portsmouth, take a ferry and it'll be another 20 minutes from Caen)

    but as a holiday destination, I thought south of France trumps all of north of
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    It's "accessible" (as in, you can drive to Portsmouth, take a ferry and it'll be another 20 minutes from Caen)

    but as a holiday destination, I thought south of France trumps all of north of
    I'm considering visiting the French Rivera because it looks beautiful.
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    A charming fishing port on the Côte Fleurie, Trouville is also the oldest seaside resort in Normandy. The soft sands of its beautiful beaches are perfect for strolling. Near the harbour, you'll find a charming little fishing port. Closer to the beach, you'll find boardwalks punctuated by an open-air exhibition of famous reproduction posters of Trouville created by Savignac, which lead the way nicely to the "Villa Montebello" museum. There are numerous sporting activities to choose from, including water sports, golf, horse riding and tennis.
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    I've never been, but it sounds like it's basically the Poole/Bournemouth of France. I'd sooner go to the south.
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    You can visit the Bayeux Tapestry and possibly Rouen when you are there, and the beach is lovely. *Weather only a little bit warmer than the UK.
 
 
 
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