Story of the town of Ablon in Normandy
Situated in the department of Calvados and Basse-Normandie, Albon is a commune in France. The source of the name of the city originates from a man named Abilo. This man was of Germanic origin. This was part of the manor who lived in the city at the end of the Middle Ages. The town has expanded considerably in 1809. Indeed, the city has grown to the result of his meeting with Crémanville and Ableville. From 1879 to 1989 the town was the seat of the Nobel dynamite. The plant had to cease operations after a loud explosion.
Tourism and visits Ablon
Several monuments adorn the city of Ablon including Castle Ablon. The latter dates from the eighteenth century. It is surrounded by a splendid park in the English-lined alley of limes. This castle has a rare terraced garden. The building’s loft, tower and pavilion built in the nineteenth century are the subject of a registration under monument. This castle is worth a tour. Also, you have the opportunity to see the old churches and Crémanville Ableville. These date from the fifteenth and sixteenth century. Visiting the city, you can admire several localities as picturesque valley of the Morelle and the Seine estuary. See also the washing of the city to see the fountain and the fountain Macaire Battery. Ablon is also home to the farm-house of La Houssaye.
Tourists are invited to explore all the sights of this town to know his heritage. To do this, our transfer company is available to customers to discover the city and its surroundings. We are three categories of car choices to customer service, namely the collective shuttle, private car and luxury car VIP. A qualified driver provides the atmosphere during the tourist route.
Ablon transfers to airports in Paris
Ablon is located 15 km from Le Havre 160 km from Paris. This town is 191 km from Paris Beauvais airport, 205 km from Orly Airport and 210 km from Charles de Gaulle airport.