Things to see and do - Villedieu-les-Poêles
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Villedieu-les-Poêles Travel guide
Villedieu-les-Poêles : Michelin's recommendations
Villedieu-les-Poêles takes part of its name from the manufacture of pots and pans, church bells, cauldrons, milk churns and weather cocks, which has been the local industry since the Middle Ages. The town, which miraculously escaped the ravages of the Second World War, retains its attractive medieval appearance.
Tourist attractions Villedieu-les-Poêles : Things to see and do
11 r. du Pont-Chignon F - 50800 Villedieu-Les-Poêles
The workshop, which has retained its former charm, continues to manufacture bells for churches, ships, public buildings throughout the world and innumerable works of art in bronze such as commemorative plaques, statues and medals. In the company of f..
12, place de la République. F - 50800 VILLEDIEU LES POELES
A former coaching inn, an old building with plenty of charm, located in the town centre, close to all shops. Rooms looking onto a private courtyard. Private car park, garage.
Place des Costils. F - 50800 VILLEDIEU LES POELES
You are sure to fall in love with Villedieu-les-Poêles, famous for its copper industry, and located between Mont-Saint Michel and the D-day beaches. The town's ancient courtyards, renowned bell-foundry, copper factory and museums tell of a rich histo..
11 r. Jules-Tétrel F - 50800 Villedieu-les-Poêles
This former farm of the Order of Malta is now a restaurant. Welcoming dining rooms overlooking a terrace, where traditional cuisine and some modern dishes are served.
pl. des Costils F - 50800 Villedieu-les-Poêles
37 r. Michel-de-l'Épinay F - 50800 Villedieu-les-Poêles
Surrounded by the typical hedged farmland landscapes of Normandy, this 17C manor house and its small chapel are grouped around an attractive garden. This provides an authentic setting to savour regional specialities and charcoal-grilled dishes. The q..