A large house in local stone in the heart of Regnéville haven sea (site classified by environment Natura 2000), combining spacious and a nice private garden facing south. This three-room cottage with all the comfort can sleep up to 5 people (it includes two bedrooms and a landing) it is ideal for a large family or two couples. Moreover, it is located right next to a second house the same owner can accommodate 2 to 4 people (although close to two houses have different orientations and are completely independent).
The village is classified with a 12th century castle and along the estuary of Siena. Classified and protected site with dry harbor. Paths along the coast customs allow for beautiful walks.
The village has an important architectural heritage, living memories of its rich history. During your stay in Regnéville-sur-Mer, you will be able to walk on the side of the castle, where many cultural events are organized during the summer season (exhibitions, local markets, apéro- concert, outdoor cinema, .. .). It is the same on the beautiful site of the lime kilns Museum located within 500m of houses.
Nearby, discover the Normandy countryside with many abbeys (Hambye, Lucerne) and medieval castles (Gratot, Pirou ...) or the Cathedral of Coutances.
In less than three kilometers Montmartin resort of sea, with its large sandy beaches and dunes, offers many seaside activities for young and old. It includes a cinema and various fast food sites.
Less than an hour from the village of Regnéville many tourist walks are possible. Apart from visiting the Mont Saint Michel (45 minutes) and the port of Granville, you can choose to visit Chausey (from Granville) or, go up to the northern tip of the Cotentin admire the tip of the Hague and pretty ports of Barfleur and Saint Vaast-la-Hougue.
Three music festivals take place close: A Regneville even at Easter, the Quai des Blues festivals. During May (week of ascension), 15 minutes, the renowned Coutances festival 'Jazz under the apple trees, and on weekends from mid July to the beach of Montmartin festival' Heat in the dark '.