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Bricquebec / St-Sauveur-le-Vicomte

[ Cycle routes Tour de Manche ] [ Cherbourg > Carentan ]
  • 13.6 km
  • famille Level Family

Dating back to the Vikings, Bricquebec’s history is matched by its monuments: the Abbey Notre-Dame-de-Grâce and the ruined castle are well worth visiting before setting off to St Sauveur le Vicomte – which itself has its own 10th century Abbey, and a museum dedicated to locally-born writer Jules Barbey d’Aurevilly.

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Make your way through the village of Briquebec – it can be crossed on a safe and pleasant greenway - then descend gently on the former ‘little train’ track towards St. Sauveur.  Numerous picnic areas on the route.  Take extra care north of St. Sauveur when crossing the RD 900 (poor visibility).


Le Vieux Château
50390  Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte
Tel. 02 33 21 50 44


Railway lines

Vire Train station
TER to Granville, Argentan.


Not to be missed

Bricquebec is a town of Art and History overflowing with museums and castles to discover.

Visit: The Old Castle at Bricquebec, the Abbey de la Trappe at Bricquebec and the medieval moats of Bricquebec, St Sauveur le Vicomte and La Hayes du Puits.

Pays d'Art et d'Histoire Le Clos du Cotentin
Maison du Patrimoine
21, rue du Grand Mouli, 50700  VALOGNES
Tel. 02 33 95 01 26

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Bricquebec, the fortress


An area rich in Art and History
This area is a living history book: at Bricquebec, the fortress has been rebuilt and refortified many times; the Château de Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte is an ancient abbey and castle whose walls were breached by cannon during a siege in 1374 – one of the first successful uses of guns against city walls.




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