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Domfront. A well kept secret.

We spent a couple of hours wandering around this stunning little hilltop town. If Domfront were... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2017
Jon C
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Blandford Forum, United Kingdom
Lovely Medieval Town

Spent a couple of hours looking around this lovely town. Beautiful church open to public... read more

Reviewed 23 February 2017
Just_in_the_south
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Truro, United Kingdom
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23 Jul 2017
“Domfront. A well kept secret.”
22 Feb 2017
“Lovely Medieval Town”
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1 rue Georges Clemenceau, 61700 Domfront, France
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Reviewed 24 July 2017

We spent a couple of hours wandering around this stunning little hilltop town. If Domfront were situated in the U.K. It would be swarming with tourist on a Sunday in July. It was possible to take pictures without a single person in sight. The medieval...More

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Reviewed 23 February 2017

Spent a couple of hours looking around this lovely town. Beautiful church open to public. Interesting Castle ruins.

Thank Just_in_the_south
Reviewed 15 August 2016 via mobile

A wonderful church with surprisingly ornate features inside and a few historic sites however the town itself is quite deserted with very few shops as most have been abandoned and closed down. Would highly recommend the cake shop near the church for wonderful pastries and...More

Thank Sarah E
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Lovely walk through old medieval streets. They are quite steep in places but definitely worth the climb to enjoy the amazing views from the chateau. You can actually drive up to the tourist office and park in the square in front of the town hall...More

1  Thank patgmac
Reviewed 29 May 2016

Loved it! Must visit this little town if you are in the area. Enjoy walking the medieval tiny streets and look up the amazing old houses showing historic architectural structures. Not sure how many times we came to this town. Must visit the ruins of...More

3  Thank Bintbatoutta
Reviewed 27 August 2015

With fields of Normandy cows in idyllic setting and half timbered houses , a lovely area of France . Plenty of restaurants and places to visit . You can relax while the children play and enjoy the fresh air. Pretty well kept villages

1  Thank Bellou2
Reviewed 27 July 2015

Normandy and the area has managed to remain unspoilt. Sunday shopping, if that's what you want not possible. Sunday is for the family. Eat in a cafe, or next to a lake with a picnic, Sunday is Family time in this area, thankfully!

1  Thank bob b
Reviewed 28 November 2011

The south west corner of orne in Normandy is often overlooked as a visitor destination as people hurtle past on their way to the landing beaches or Le Mont St. Michel. With a little time to spare this area will capture your heart. From the...More

10  Thank Passagienne
Reviewed 17 November 2009

The review above by flsunshinegal says it all beautifully. Husband, daughter, son-in-law who is a WWII history buff, and I spent a day with Eric of Normandy Town and Country tours in September 2009. We were a little late in trying to arrange a tour,...More

4  Thank SeattleSojourner
Reviewed 28 January 2009

Don’t miss this experience of a lifetime tour. We’d been to Normandy and the landing beaches before on a tour but this time were traveling with 2 other couples who had not. We only had one day and wanted to see as much as possible....More

10  Thank flsunshinegal
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