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Location: Caen la Mer Airport or Aéroport de Caen la Mer (CFR) is located about 6 km west of Caen in Carpiquet, a commune in the French region of Lower Normandy. Also known as Caen–Carpiquet Airport, it serves destinations of Lyon, London-Southend, Ajaccio and Bastia.
Airport Shopping: Located in the terminal building, the La Caravelle Boutique is a shop cum cafe that sells postcards and local produce. Some of the airport’s partners display a variety of products at the sales counter which are available for sale only upon request.
Where to Eat: The La Caravelle bar cafeteria in the airport’s terminal building is where you can grab yourself a snack and while away some time. You can try the toasted cheese sandwich or choose from a wide range of homemade dishes and lunch snacks before taking-off.
The Bird Hill Floral Park: This is a large site of beautiful floral displays and landscaped gardens. Situated close to the Mémorial Museum, the Bird Hill Floral Park offers delightful walks among its several thematic gardens including an outstanding rose garden.
Musée De Normandie: This museum of society and history has a wealth of great ethnographical and archaeological collections, showcasing an overview of the lives of the people of Normandy. The rampart halls house a souvenir shop and temporary exhibitions.
Le Mémorial De Caen: The museum displays the history of the 20th century from the beginning of the Second World War to the conclusion of the Cold War. The underground bunker is a recent attraction in the museum that presents the history of the Atlantic Wall.
Sirena-Centre Aquatique De Carpiquet: This is a great place to enjoy water activities. It has two areas where adults and kids can have lots of fun. There are giant slides, sports pools and water games to experience. A well-being area with a Turkish bath and sauna is also available.
Parc Festyland: This is the biggest theme park in the entire Normandy region. The 185 m of whirlpools, rides and splashes will give you an exhilarating experience. You can also explore the 4 zones of the park – Belle Epoque, Medieval, Viking and Pirate.
Patinoire de Caen la mer: Located at 8 rue Jean de Varende, the Olympic-size skating rink is the perfect place to enjoy skiing. The rink presents new and exciting stuff to do all through the year in the best of conditions. Family activities are held every Sunday morning.
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