The Blonville Terre church known as Notre-Dame de la Visitation (12th century) has a one-thousand-year-long history! In fact, part of the bell tower dates back to the 12th century. Its history is inseparably linked to that of Blonville. The church was built quite far from the actual village, which developed closer to the coast. In the previous centuries, the population of Blonville was essentially...

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Route de BeaumontBLONVILLE-SUR-MER

Visit of the Notre Dame de la Visitation Church

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This tradition is held in Villerville since 1896. Fishing nets are placed all over the town to celebrate sailors and fishermen lost at sea.

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21 July

Sea Festival

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The church of Villerville replaced the first sanctuary of the parish dating back to the 12th century. The massive bell tower with a gable roof; and the Roman-style choir of the building can still be found.

For the first time, the Notre-Dame de l’Assomption church makes the bell tower accessible.
Come and discover the history of this church and its bells with a tourist guide.
The bell being acce...

21 September
Rue de l'ÉgliseVILLERVILLE

Heritage Days: Visit of the Notre-Dame de l’Assomption church and bell tower

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The Association pour la Préservation du Patrimoine of Bénerville-sur-Mer opens the doors of the Saint-Christophe Church for the Heritage Days. Guided tours of the building and the surrounding marine cemetery are organized throughout the day.

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Located facing the sea, near the seaside road between Mount Canisy and the rocks of Bénerville, Saint-Christophe is one of the oldest churche...

22 September
Eglise Saint-ChristopheBENERVILLE-SUR-MER

Heritage Days: Saint-Christophe Church

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