Charming Normandy private tour

   Deluxe Drivers designed a charming Normandy private tour to enjoy some of the most picturesque villages of France. Your tour will start with Etretat famous for its spectacular cliffs and amazing views. You will then be driven to visit the elegant seaside resorts of Deauville and Trouville. You may be charmed by the city of Honfleur and its colorfoul houses on the port. You last stop will be Bayeux and its unique middle ages Unesco registered tapestery.

Included / Not included

Included : Knowledgeable english speaking driver and private car service, transport expenses
Not included : any entrance to museums or other activities when touring, driver’s meal, food and beverage, gratuity

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Stop 1

Your charming Normandy private tour will start with the Alabaster Coast (Côte d’Albâtre) where Etretat shines brightest with its famous chalk cliffs and needles loved as a subject by the Impressionists.

Stop 2

Old Dock surrounded by picturesque narrow houses, the Lieutenancy and Saint Stephen’s Church – this is with no doubt what catches the eye of every visitor upon their first visit to Honfleur. Moreover, The River Seine has always inspired poets and painters. Set by the Estuary, Honfleur not only gave birth to seamen but also to many artists in the 19th century: painters, writers or musicians. A must to be discovered with this Normandy private tour.

Stop 3
Deauville Trouville

Deauville and Trouville are known as the most glamorous seaside resorts. They symbolize elegance, prestige and sophistication. The mythical Deauville is reputed for its stars and American film festival where your driver can lead you as a movie star while nearby Trouville, on a more modest scale, is enchanting for the charm of its architecture and old fishing harbour.

Stop 4

Bayeux is hosting a unique piece of the middle age Tapestry. Celebrating the conquest of England by William, Duke of Normandy, the Bayeux tapestry is a linen canvas embroidered after the Battle of Hastings on October 14th, 1066, probably in a monastery in the south of England. This embroidery, 70 metres long, made in the 11th century is listed as a “Memory of the World” by UNESCO. It consists of some fifty scenes with Latin tituli (captions).