Capital of a region renowned throughout the world, Lower-Normandy, at the heart of a district of 250.000 inhabitants, city of William the Conqueror, Caen lies only a few km from the English Channel, a destination awaiting your discovery. Its geographical position, between land and sea, less than 2 hours from Paris and facing the South Coast of England, makes Caen a city ready to meet with these challenges. Both a commercial port and pleasure marina, it is a port of call ready for adventure and new projects.

With its exceptional historical heritage, Caen is the ideal place to enjoy a tourist or cultural break. William's Castle, the Men's Abbey and the Ladies' Abbey figure among the jewels of Norman architecture. The Memorial for Peace, the Normandy and Fine Arts Museums and the city theatre all contribute to Caen's international reputation.

As a leader in numerous fields such as further education and research, Caen is the perfect port of call for the lasting development of economic projects, the implantation of new companies and the hosting of numerous congresses. It is a city which is recognized for its dynamism and quality of life.

Have a look to the official website of the city of Caen.

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