The Best Of Normandy
We’ll start in the lovely seaside town of Honfleur and end in Bayeux; famous for its 230 foot long tapestry that depicts events leading up to the Battle of Hastings in the 11th century.
Along the way, we’ll see working fishing ports, a jet setter village by the sea and see a bit of WII history including the American Cemetery. I’ve visited many of the sites on the itinerary in the past and can assure that Normandy is an amazing place. It’s also a place where apples are the fruit of preference rather than grapes. The hard Cidre is totally refreshing and the food here was the inspiration for Julia Child’s career.
- September 11 – 17 (Sunday – Saturday)
- September 18 – 24 (Sunday – Saturday)
Note: Each tour is limited to 12 participants
We will stay in 3/4 star hotels and guest houses with en suite rooms typical of the region.
All breakfast and 3 dinners are included.
Lunches will be on the road and are not included in the price. Sometimes we organize group picnics. Other times, we stop for lunch at one of the towns we pass through,
Single supplement $495
Upgrade to road bike or e-Bike $130
With all the uncertainty facing us, I am handling registration a little differently. People who were most recently on a tour were offered early registration. At this point, there are only a few spots still available. If you are interested, please email me.
All cancellations are subject to the following fees:
- $200 up to July 1st.
- 50% of the cost after July 1st until August 1st
- After August 1st, there will be no refunds.
All of this is ,of course, dependent on the impact of the pandemic and the possibility of war.
If it is unsafe to travel, I will work with my agent in France on an emergency refund policy.