Our favourites for a successful weekend!
To start the day, head to the Remparts de la Ville de Saint-Lô. There you will discover a city full of character and steeped in history. To do this, obtain the booklet “The Battlements Promenade” available in hard copy at the Tourist Office and downloadable from our website (Brochures). This tour offers the ideal route to discover the site in a fun way.
Take advantage of the large Saint-Lô market of Saint-Lô to discover local flavours and stroll among the booths.
For starters, discover the Saint-Lô Musée des Beaux-Arts, a museum consisting of arrays of paintings, from the 17th to 20th century, by artists of diverse origins.
Next, head to one of the most prestigious sites of our region. “ the Haras National de Saint-Lô ”. Thanks to tours offered from 04 April to 17 September 2017, you will discover the history and operation of the premises. You also meet the many breeds of horses with unmatched charm on this site.
Starting point: parking lot of the Condé-sur-Vire Leisure Centre
Come hike to the sound of water during a walk of about 4 km along the tow-path. Known for its tranquillity and beauty, it takes you through our countryside for a moment of calm and tranquillity.
Arrival: The Roches de Ham
This is where our beautiful countryside will prove itself to you. From the top of this 107m-high cliff, you will discover a panoramic view of the Vire Valley and the St. Lois area.
Break: On the Roches de Ham site, a Crêperie is available to you. Take the time to gaze at our beautiful nature on an outdoor terrace and savour authentic Normandy pancakes accompanied by a corked bottle of cider.
Return to the leisure centre parking lot.
Continue your nature day by exploring the Jardins d’Elle at Villiers-Fossard. A symphony of scenes over an area of 2.5 hectares. Amazing compositions! This site does not leave anyone indifferent.
Next, discover the Abbaye de Cerisy-la-Forêt, one of the jewels of the Roman-Norman Countryside art, a historical monument.
Good to know! All along your stroll, you can admire a series of stone sculpted works by international artists at various symposiums.