Our beautiful Norman coast! The cliffs of the “Vaches Noires” at Villers sur mer, 35 minutes from Le Brévedent, are a classified and protected site. They are rich in geological and paleontological heritage. If you are looking for something, it is possible to find a fossil dating at least from the Jurassic era. A nice souvenir to bring back! In addition, live animals are also present, such as woodpeckers or water hens.
Located by the sea, they offer a walk at low tide over 5 km with feet in the water or up high with breathtaking landscapes. Above your heads, paragliders come to admire this landscape from the sky. If you want to discover more about these cliffs, the tourist office at Villers sur Mer offers a guided tour. This will give you all the information about the “Vaches Noires” story.
We invite you to come and ask us which itinerary to take, as we would be happy to tell you about the small Norman villages to go through.
Continue your visit of the Côte Fleurie with the seaside resort of Villers sur Mer. It is located at the foot of the “Vaches Noires” cliffs, which makes the dinosaur its emblem. Its long sandy beach is the ideal place for a family walk in the water. Just like the typical Augeronne architecture of its city centre, which will immerse you in Norman culture. Not far from the beach, we recommend the museum of paleontology, the paleospace l’Odyssée, dedicated to fossil discoveries in Normandy and the history of Villers sur mer.
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