Former bakery with private pasture a few miles from Sainte Mère Eglise and the invasion beaches.
This former bakery with private pasture located in a quiet village surrounded by farmers and estate landerijen.Huisdieren (dogs, cats, horses) are allowed without additional kosten.De entrance and courtyard separating the land into two fenced paddocks for horses. Just 5 km from Sainte Mère Eglise, known as the first liberated town of invasion (June 6, 1944). An important town for the invasion, because it was the middle of the road that the Germans would take for a counterattack against the men Utah Beach. There is still a museum dedicated to the paratroopers and a memorial to John Steele (the parachutist to the church lingered during the invasion) through the tourist office can give you an audio guide will put you in the footsteps of the liberators.the beach is 8 km away, and in the neighborhood are many hiking trails, a golf course, swimming pool and a lake. a day trip to Mont Saint Michel is also possible (1.30 hours)