Golf lovers, bucolic strolls enthousiats, the region of Clécy awaits you! Green landscapes, hills and rivers: a beautiful environment to discover!
Clécy is a commune of Normandy. The village is located in the department of Calvados, about 35 km south of Caen. It is called the capital of the 'Norman Switzerland'.
By spending a few days in a hotel in Clécy, you will discover a greenary landscape. Clécy and its surroundings have a rugged environment and gorges where the Orne flows. This coastal river is the second of the most important Norman watercourses after the Seine by its flow and its length of 170 kilometres. It is very pleasant to stay in a hotel in Clécy near the golf of Clécy. Many sporting activities are possible, including mountain biking, hiking, paragliding, canoeing and of course, golfing in Clécy. The oldest monument of the village is the castle of Landelle. During its construction, its first floor had a cross shape, but it was then modified by two floors replacing the wings by perrons. The Miniature Railway Museum is a modeling activity. As for the Clécy viaduct, it is a railway bridge designed for two lanes but only one is active. It comprises of 9 arches over a length of 108 metres.