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Le Labyrinthe du Corsaire

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Visit Mt. St. Michel, D-Day Beaches & Lisieux: PRIVATE CAR 3-Day Tour from Paris
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Visit Mt. St. Michel, D-Day Beaches & Lisieux: PRIVATE CAR 3-Day Tour from Paris

Enjoy this 3-day tour in the beautiful region of Normandy and visit some of the most historical, memorial, heritage, and religious places. Travel from Paris in a private car just for your group and start the trip in the Sanctuary of Lisieux to follow the footsteps of Saint Teresa, continue the second day traveling to the city of Bayeux and admire the 70 meters long middle age Tapestry, Listed “World Heritage” by UNESCO. Continue to the Landing Beaches of Normandy and the American Cemetery. On the third day visit, the Mont Saint Michel classed by UNESCO as a world heritage in 1979 and continue to the walled city of Saint-Malo known as a city of pirates. Finally, go back to Paris in your private car.
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IanT576 wrote a review Jul 2015
Dublin, Ireland3 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a nice maze mad of corn fields on the hills outside St Malo and Dinard. The mazes them selves are nice, although the English translations make them hard to follow. The main interest is the bouncy castles scattered throughout. They have multiple castles in each of their three play areas and a few interesting games to keep the kids happy. There is also a refreshment hut. The kids had a very good time and the price is very good. We went on one of the overcast days instead of a beech so it made it a fun day for them.
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Date of experience: July 2015
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TerRitch1976 wrote a review Aug 2014
London, United Kingdom67 contributions40 helpful votes
We weren't sure what to expect but as it turned out, we had a thoroughly enjoyable afternoon. The labyrinth is created out of the fields of sweetcorn and comprises various questions and activities aimed at children to complete. There are translations into English some of which has clearly been lost in translation. Notwithstanding this, it is good fun. The attraction is simplistic but well done and our kids thoroughly enjoyed as did we. There are various play areas for the children and a basic food and drink hut. Don't go on a raing day, it will be muddy and not enjoyable. the entry fee for our family of 4 was 35 euros.
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Date of experience: August 2014
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