Normandy – A Taste of France


You say Bonjour when you visit Normandy! Shortly after you will be saying ooh la la tres bien. Horses have played an essential role in Normandy’s history, traditions, and folklore. Some of the best racehorse breeding comes from Normandy, along with over 2000 sport stud farms. This area is famous for its schools, which offer farrier training, saddle and harnesses making, to veterinarian horse health. From galloping on beaches or riding through the forest bridleways, Normandy offers fantastic riding opportunities. Then there is the Gastronomy, with cheese, fruit, bread, seafood the list goes on.


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Highlights

  • Mont Saint Michel
  • Breeds of Normandy
  • Educational opportunities
  • Best time to travel

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