Normandy has the lush green rolling countryside of my home county of Dorset and some granite outcrops to. It's essentially very similar to good old England which is probably why so many of us 'Brits' are here enjoying this great country, the slightly cooler winters and the hotter summers, the quieter roads and easy access to all of Europe, the excellent transport, the TGV south and the wonderful beaches on the west and north coasts. But here is a different culture and hooray for that, long may it remain.
France really does offer it all; You can live in a 50 roomed chateau or a converted cider press, a chic apartment or a long barn, a converted mill or a an old bakery, a stud or a stable, a beach side chalet or a forest cabin, a mansion or a semi, a timbered worker's cottage or an ancient farm with a shed or just in a SHED. You can work in the blistering summer sun in the afternoon or you can take it easy after lunch You can drink Pear wine or cider with your radishes and tripe, or rosé wine with your foie gras and truffles. You can see every landscape you ever thought of, mountains and lakes, golden corn fields and rocky cliff faces, river valleys and snowy Alps, windy coastlines and red hot sandy beach fronts, ideal fishing coves and perfect twisty green lanes, dense forests and idyllic camping parks. You can eat natural honey with fabulous goat’s cheese in Calvados and oysters on the rugged west coast. Apples and leeks in La MANCHE and Pont l’Eveque cheese in the beautiful Eure and of course fresh baguettes and croissants JUST ANYWHERE. You can cycle the lanes on your old bike, hit the auto route in your Renault 4 or you can take the TGV to swim off the coast at St Tropez or a sleeper to Chamonix to ski. There’s nothing unusual about you if you do any of these things and you CAN in France!View Normandy Information Homepage
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