History of the city of Avranches in Normandy
Avranches is a commune of France, which is located in the department of Manche in Basse-Normandie region. In 1562, during the wars of religion, Avranches was destroyed by the Huguenots. In 1639, the revolt of bare feet began to Avranches extended to all low-Canton Normand. This battle led to abandon the claim Richelieu taxes and keep the benefits of broth quarter. The town has been served by a route that connected to St. James between 1907 and 1915. Avranches has experienced several terrible bombing. It was free at the end of July 1644.
Tourism and activities in Avranches
Avranches is a town with several fascinating historical monuments and remarkable sights. You have the privilege of going to visit the dungeon of Avranches. This is a building that was built in the eleventh century since. Do not miss visiting the great Doyenné designated historic monument in October 19, 2007. It was built between the twelfth and eighteenth centuries. You can also discover the Saint-André cathedral, Notre-Dame-des-champs and the Saint-Saturnin church. You can also go explored the memorial and the third American is one of the museums of Avranches. The scriptorial and the art and history of Avranches museum will allow you to make many discoveries. To relax, the green spaces of the town will be ideal as the garden of the Bishop.
To discover in the town of Avranches is a success, visitors are encouraged to seek a transfer service. As a result, we offer three kinds of comfortable and well-equipped cars. You only have to choose one, which suits you when booking. A serious and competent driver will ensure your journey.
Transfer from Avranches to Paris airports
Avranches is situated near the River See the Stream of Guerinelle, it is 272 km from Paris. It is situated 351 km from Orly airport, 357 km from Charles de Gaulle airport and 362 km from the airport of Beauvais tillé.