Things to see and do - Flers
Flers Travel guide
Flers : Michelin's recommendations
Flers has adapted to modernisation, yet at the same time it retains the working traditions of the Normandy farmland region. Therefore, the linen and hemp cottage industries have been replaced by the cotton industry. The town has also developed mechanical and electrical equipment construction industries to further its economic expansion.
Tourist attractions Flers : Things to see and do
Avenue de l’Hôtel-de-Ville F - 61100 Flers
Surrounded on three sides by a moat, with an 18C main façade in the Classical style, the castle still has a corps de logis built by the alchemist Nicolas Grosparmy (Baron de Flers from 1527 to 1541). It is lovely to stroll about the grounds, which we..
Avenue du Château F - 61100 Flers
An old kitchen, a bedroom with 18C wood panelling and rooms dedicated to fine art and local history. You can see a few works by the painter and caricaturist, Charles Léandre (1862-1934), whose regular participation at the Salon des Humoristes (Humori..
23 Rue Jacques Durmeyer F - 61100 FLERS
Prix Prices from : 72 €
Breakfast and WIFI are included in all rates at the ibis Styles Flers hotel. Our 58 rooms all have original decor, inspired by Normandy produce but with a contemporary twist. A fitness room is available on the ground floor for sporty types,or you can..
10 place du Docteur Vayssière F - 61100 Flers
Located at the centre of Flers, this 2-star hotel is just 850 metres from the 17th-century castle. It features a terrace and free Wi-Fi is provided in the soundproofed guest rooms. Cable TV and views of the town centre feature in each room. All of t..
9 Rue De La Chaussée F - 61100 Flers
Le Beverl’inn is located in Flers, in the Orne region of north-western France. Just 400 metres from Flers train station, it offers en-suite accommodation with free Wi-Fi internet access. Each room at the Beverl’inn is equipped with a work desk, fla..
F - 61100 le Buisson-Corblin
Pan-fired scallops and marmalade of endives and orange; half a partridge with red onion confit and pepper cream... Under the watchful eyes of two real professionals, this inn has built up a loyal following among locals.
60 rue de la Gare F - 61100 Flers
Go to the end of the street to find this rather chic little bistro where a young chef delivers well-crafted and lively cuisine. This might include crab bouillon with fennel and sphere of chocolate with chestnut cream.
115 rue Schnetz F - 61100 Flers
This Norman post house is very modern in its outlook. They have a desire to do the right thing by supporting a network of local farmers who supply the eggs, fresh butter, pigeon and cheeses etc, and a seasonal menu. A few tables are set under the lim..