Located just 10 minutes from Honfleur, Adonis Les Hauts de Honfleur makes for a convenient base for exploring the gems of Normandy including the seaside resorts of Côte Fleurie, Deauville, Trouville, Cabourg and Houlgate.
The complex has 143 units ranging in size from cosy to more spacious options, all equipped with flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, kitchenettes with fridges and electric hobs, and private bathrooms. Guests can take in the panoramic views from their private balconies or terraces.
The famous beaches of Dobbille are just a 20-minute stroll away from the property. Guests can take a dip in the on-site pool and satisfy their appetites at the on-site restaurant.
Groupon’s Guide To Lower Normandy
Sprawling across France’s northwestern corner, Lower Normandy has been the inspiration of writers and artists which came to admire the rural landscape, daunting castles and ancient abbeys. Travellers may stroll down quiet country lanes and enjoy local dishes or traditional cider and brandy by the quayside of one of the old port towns.
Art lovers may seek out the majestic Cathédral Notre Dame in Bayeux, a 13th-century Norman Gothic cathedral, and visit the Tapestry de Bayeux Museum, housing the famous 70-metre long embroidery depicting the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England. Further afield, wayfarers may look out over the historic port of Cherbourg, admiring the scale of its Napoleonic harbour before learning more at the city’s maritime museum. At the mouth of the Couesnon River near Avranches, visitors may admire and explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mont Saint-Michel islet, a former Gallo-Roman stronghold boasting an 11th-century abbey and numerous museums hosting weapon, art and maritime expositions. History buffs may also wish to visit the D-Day beaches and explore the war and memorial museums of the region. Lower Normandy benefits from a continental and oceanic climate, with frequent rainfall and average winter temperatures of 5°C.