This map reveals the destination’s must-see sites.

On foot, by bike or by car, discover the remains of the Atlantic Wall, the D-Day landing beaches, sensitive natural areas and pretty 19th-century seaside villas.

This tourist map is available free of charge on request from the tourist offices in Courseulles-sur-Mer, Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer and Luc-sur-Mer.

Heritage discovery tours allow you to stroll through the villages and seaside resorts of Cœur de Nacre.

They are on sale for €0.50/sheet at our tourist offices.

The routes can also be consulted free of charge online :

  • Courseulles-sur-Mer, to the rhythm of its fishing port: 3km, 1h30
  • Bernières-sur-Mer, the emblematic beach of the Juno sector: 5km, 2/3h
  • Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, the queen of iodine: 3km, 1h
  • Langrune-sur-Mer, the children’s beach: 1.5km, 40min
  • Luc-sur-Mer, the oldest seaside resort on the Côte de Nacre: 6km, 2/3h
  • Reviers, a charming little village at the gateway to the Bessin region: 2km, 1h
  • Douvres-la-Délivrande, a commune with 2,000 years of history: 4km, 1h30
  • Basly, not to be confused with Bali of course: 2km, 1h
  • Anisy, a peaceful commune between Caen and the sea: 2.5km, 1h
  • Colomby-Anguerny, the charm of villages of yesteryear: 5km, 2/3h
  • Plumetot-Cresserons, charming unspoilt villages at the gateway to the sea: 5.5km, 2/3h
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