The walks and circuits around

L’escale Romanesque offers an unforgettable experience where you can explore the wonders of Normandy and enjoy the breathtaking natural beauty of the region. Our location is ideally situated near the N174 highway between St Lo and Cherbourg, offering easy access to popular tourist destinations such as Utah Beach and Ste Mère l’église, as well as the charming village of St Vaast la Hougue and the Gatteville lighthouse with its 365 steps.

The picturesque port of Barfleur is also nearby, offering an ideal setting for strolling and discovering the region’s maritime traditions. For history buffs, the World War II museum in Quinéville is also worth a visit.

For nature lovers, our guesthouse is located in a green and peaceful environment, perfect for hiking or cycling. The panoramic views of the Normandy countryside are breathtaking and will allow you to recharge your batteries and relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

there are the famous cliffs of Étretat, which were immortalized in the paintings of Claude Monet. These spectacular cliffs are a popular place for walking, offering panoramic views of the sea and the surrounding area.

The historic cities of Rouen and Caen are also worth a visit. Rouen is a picturesque city with half-timbered houses, an impressive Gothic cathedral and a rich medieval history. Caen is a larger city with a more contemporary feel, but it is also home to historical monuments such as the Caen Castle and the Abbey of Men.

For art lovers, there is the André Malraux Museum of Modern Art in Le Havre, which houses an impressive collection of modern and contemporary art, as well as the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Caen, which has an extensive collection of European paintings and sculptures.

Normandy is also famous for its gastronomy. Traditional dishes of the region include fresh seafood such as oysters, mussels and lobsters, as well as meat dishes such as andouille de Vire and boudin noir. The region’s ciders and cheeses are also renowned.

Finally, there are the D-Day beaches, where the Allies landed in World War II. This region is filled with museums and monuments dedicated to the events of 1944, as well as numerous military cemeteries.

In short, Normandy is a region full of cultural, historical and natural riches. Come and explore all it has to offer by staying at L’escale Romanesque!

Join us at L’escale Romanesque to discover the magic of Normandy and enjoy our warm and welcoming hospitality. We look forward to welcoming you and offering you a unique and unforgettable experience.