Private van transportation from Paris Charles de Gaulle airport and Aignerville
History of the town of Aignerville in Normandy
Located in the department of Calvados and Basse-Normandie, Aignerville is a commune in France. This destination is one of the smallest municipalities of Bessin and overlooks the valley of Aure. Aignerville was mentioned for the first time in the twelfth century in the archives "Aginhari the area." Her name is of Germanic origin. The history of the town was marked by the battle of Formigny. This took place on its territory. Note that this is the battle that ended the Hundred Years War in Normandy. After the war, the town has tried to get up.
Tourism and visits Aignerville
The common Aignerville has several tourist attractions including St. Peter's Church. It was built in the fourteenth century. This building is a Romanesque building. However, some elements of the church is Gothic. To specify that the top floor of this building dates back to the late seventeenth century. During a tour of the fortress, tourists come to see the nave with a vault paneled and choir stalls characterized simple. In addition, you have the opportunity to enjoy the water mill town. It is private but if you wish to visit just contact the tourist office. Do not hesitate to enjoy hiking in the Regional Natural Park of Cotentin and Bessin. Also, cyclists and horseback riding enthusiasts will discover the joy of this green space.
To explore the city, you have the privilege to use a transfer service. In fact, we recommend our quality cars ensuring your journey through the sights of the city. A reservation is to be able to choose between the shuttle collective, private car and luxury car VIP. A driver in the height will be at your service during the trip.
Transfers from Aignerville to Paris airports
Aignerville is located 80 km from Le Havre and 243 km from Paris. This destination is located 263 km from Paris Beauvais airport, 296 km from Orly Airport and 302 km from Charles de Gaulle airport.