The small peaceful village of Barfleur was once the biggest port in Normandy where William the Conqueror's ship was built in 1066. On the English Channel, it shares the north coast of the Normandy Peninsula with Cherbourg to the west. Barfleur features a granite quayside lined with fishing boats, an elegant main street with tempting shops and the Gatteville lighthouse, the tallest in France.
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