Whether you're travelling alone or with your friends, Normandy has something to appeal to all types of travellers. It's no wonder that these destinations remain among the most popular tourist sites in France.
Tourism in Normandy: Giverny
Top of our "place to explore" wish-list is a weekend in Giverny, a city steeped in history, culture and natural beauty.
From Paris and Versailles as neighbours to Deauville and the picturesque village of Giverny, Normandy has plenty to offer even the most discerning traveller. It also happens to be the home of our latest designer outlet.
Tourism in Normandy: Dieppe
Discover the oldest seaside resort in France and the country’s kite capital
Dieppe is a charming seaside resort on the English Channel, located just 90 minutes from McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Paris-Giverny. The town’s cultural significance stretches from the literary to the historical, as the hometown of famous French writer Guy de Maupassant and the setting of many of his novels, as well as the site of the first unsuccessful attempt of D-Day in 1942, during the Second World War. Today, Dieppe is one of the jewels of the ‘Opal Coast’.
Tourism in Normandy: Etretat
Those who've read the adventures of Maurice Leblanc's Arsène Lupin will definitely have guessed that part of the plot would take place in Etretat, on the coast of Upper Normandy.
With the success of the Netflix© series Lupin, which quickly climbed to the top of the platform’s most watched list in the US at the beginning of 2021, there's no doubt that the seaside resort, only an hour and 30 minutes from our McArthurGlen Paris-Giverny centre, will become an even more popular tourist destination.