History of the town of Aube in Normandy
Aube is a commune located in the department Orne and the Lower Normandy region. The name of this village certainly comes from the Latin or poplar wood. The history of this destination is closely related to metallurgy. Indeed, at the time of antiquity, the inhabitants of this land for iron ore was because of easy operation in various mines in the area.
Tourism and visits Aube
The common Aube offers visitors the sights related to iron mining. These have the advantage to enjoy the Big Forge, or the splitting mill housing Ferrier. Grosse Forge is a water mill built in 1509. It is a complex of buildings with its original appearance. It is a great discovery of a history of metallurgy page. Besides the Big Forge, tourists can explore the Castle Nouettes. It is a building which the Countess de Segur lived between 1821 and 1872. The area of the castle on 72ha and consists of a house with a courtyard and garden master, maisonettes for janitors and gardeners as well farm, meadows and woods. The park is characterized by ancient trees. The Church and the station are also available for visits.
To discover common Aube and its surroundings, tourists are encouraged to seek a transfer service to facilitate their movement. In fact, our brand offers various cars comfort and equipped with modern facilities, including collective shuttle, car and private VIP luxury car. A driver will ensure your trip in a warm atmosphere. The transfer between the village of Aube and Beauvais Tille is also supported by our society, and, on request.
Transfer from Aube to Paris airports
The common Aube is 89 km from Le Havre and 132 km from Paris. This destination is 146 km from Orly airport, 223 km from the Beauvais Airport and 168 km from Charles de Gaulle airport.