The Basse Normandie region is in the north west of France, and has borders with Upper Normandy, both regions forming in the past Normandy. Basse Normandie is composed of three departments: Calvados, Manche and Orne.
Basse Normandie boasts a rich historical past, especially due to WWII. But the region is also the first one of France in terms of agriculture for butter, fromage frais, apples (for the cider production), leeks and turnips.
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Using the information provided about the property market and property prices in Basse Normandie should allow you to buy property in the area at a fair price.
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Basse Normandie is a very popular holiday destination, offering a wide range of tourist and long term rental accommodation. Self catering holiday accommodation remains a good value option, view our latest adverts to find a rental property in Basse Normandie.
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Basse Normandie is a region which is well worth discovering. For instance, its culture is deeply rooted in history and thus the gastronomy is quite rich. Clicking below will allow you to learn more about many aspects of this particular region of France.
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