WILD HAGUE

Half day

Description

In this small country the coast offers all the forms that only nature can imagine: sand dune, sand beach and pebble beach, rocky coast papered with moors, heather and gorses. There is also a place for peaceful valleys, the forests and the brooks.

Discover in the course of La Route des Caps the succession of landscapes and remarkable sites which extend over kilometres.
From Cherbourg and until the borders of La Côte des Isles the striking contrasts and the variety of points of view will surprise you.
Discovering of the coastline of La Hague: medieval Manorhouse, wild cliffs of Landemer, birthplace of the painter Jean François Millet, author of Angelus and the Gleaners.
Lined by the Gulf Stream, Hague, by the sweetness of its climate instigated people passion keen on botany and offers us its greenery of the tropical accents.
You will have a 10 mm break in le Hable, in Omonville-la-Rouge, a small fishing harbour Beautiful panorama.
Drive along St Martin’s bay and Omonville-la-Petite, Jacques Prévert’s village (the French poet, author of Autumm leaves) on the way to Port Racine, the smallest harbor of France. Then you will have 30mm for having a coffee and a croissant.

Then drive to Vauville and have a guided tour in the Botanical gardens of Vauville’s Castle.
Classified "remarkable garden" in 2004, the Botanical garden of the Castle of Vauville extends on 4ha, and counts more than 700 sorts of the southern hemisphere.
Surrounding the castle of Vauville, jewel of the architecture of Cotentin, the garden is a succession of rooms of greenery, in the completely surprising tropical atmosphere and overhanging the sea.