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The district of Lessay is made up of a string of ancient villages, where the houses are predominantly built in stone.  The picturesque character of these villages or hamlets is a major part of their charm.  Particularly characteristic of the area are Anneville-sur-Mer, Saint-Germain-sur-Ay, Geffosses, Bretteville-sur-Ay, Créances, La Feuillie and Pirou.

 

Make sure you pay a visit to the village of Anneville-sur-Mer, where, next door to the church, you will find the old police station - a stone building dating from the 19th C, which has the traditional local feature of a skylight set in the rectangular pediment of the roof.


Continue on towards Geffosses and the villages of Barbotterie or Fort Ecu. Here you will come across delightful little fishermen’s houses nestled deep in the harbour.