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Origny Le Butin


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Holiday Home 1 220 260




  • Bagnoles de l'Orne (19 km) - A charming spa town known for its thermal baths and beautiful Belle Époque architecture. Visitors can relax in the spa, stroll along the lake promenade, or explore the nearby Andaines Forest.
  • Alençon (25 km) - This historic town is famous for its lace-making heritage. It offers attractions such as the Château des Ducs, the Basilica of Notre-Dame, and the birthplace of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux.
  • Sées (29 km) - Home to the magnificent Sées Cathedral, this small town is a blend of medieval and Renaissance architecture. Visitors can admire the stunning stained glass windows and explore the charming streets.
  • Le Pin National Stud Farm (38 km) - A prestigious horse breeding center and one of the oldest in France. Visitors can take guided tours to learn about the history of horse breeding and see the beautiful horses.
  • Domfront (45 km) - This medieval town is perched on a hilltop and offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. Explore the well-preserved ramparts, visit the ruins of the castle, and wander through the narrow, cobbled streets.
  • Haras du Pin (48 km) - Also known as the "Versailles for Horses," this national stud farm is a must-visit for equestrian enthusiasts. It hosts equestrian events and offers guided tours of the stables and gardens.
  • Mont St. Michel (90 km) - One of France's most iconic landmarks, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a medieval abbey perched on a rocky island. Visitors can explore the abbey, stroll through the charming village, and witness the dramatic tides.
  • Caen (95 km) - A historic city with a rich heritage, including the famous Caen Castle and the Abbaye aux Hommes. Visitors can also explore the Memorial Museum, dedicated to the events of World War II.
  • Rouen (105 km) - The capital of Normandy offers a vibrant mix of history, culture, and great food. Highlights include the stunning Rouen Cathedral, the Gros-Horloge clock tower, and the charming Old Town. 10. Giverny (125 km) - Visit the picturesque village where renowned painter Claude Monet lived and created his famous water lily paintings. Explore Monet's house, stroll through the enchanting gardens, and visit the Museum of Impressionism.

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