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What's Villers-sur-Mer Like?

This is a coastal town on the Western side of France so access to the beach is nice and easy. Warm weather is season dependent on this beach, so be prepared to wrap up if needed. The Falaise des Vaches Noires is a great beach where not only can you enjoy the sand and sea, but you can try some fossil hunting too, perfect for keeping the young ones entertained. Staying outdoors, the Le Parc Naturel du Marais is a lovely park and lake setting, ideal for taking a picnic and relaxing on one of those bright summer days. If taking a step back in time sounds like fun, the Paleospace is a prehistoric history museum, filled with fossils and dinosaur bones, another great place to take the kids. There are also lots of great places to eat and drink while you are out on your travels.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Villers-sur-Mer

With France being the popular travel destination that it is and hosting millions of travellers from all over the world every year, they are no stranger to tourists. This is why as a Brit you will have no problem blending in, finding and using services and getting along with the people there. Although many people will speak English as it is a common language, wouldn't it be fun to learn some French and have a go putting it into practice while you are there? Water and all foods are perfectly safe in France so there is no reason to hold back from trying the local cuisine. If you are the owner of an EHIC card, you are covered for basic medical treatments, if not, you are advised to apply for yourself and fellow travellers. This is a very friendly place and it is very easy to get along with people there, find out how with Hotels.com.