Normandy cuisine… don’t miss out on it while you’re here! Let yourself be tempted by the delicious local specialities. You’ll rediscover the apple in every possible shape and form: cider, pommeau, apple juice, apple tarts… And as the rich Normandy pastures are home to quality dairy products, you can also savour local cheeses, authentic farmhouse ice creams, caramels and, of course, the famous confiture de lait – the local “dulce de leche”.
With over 200 miles of coastland, the Manche county is also – and above all – a land of fisherman. As France’s leading producer of oysters and mussels – not to mention the abundance of whelks, scallops, crab and lobster to be found here – the region provides a wonderful range of fresh, tasty seafood for you to enjoy.