Rough shooting in the Normandy region of Cotentin
part of Normandy named Le Cotentin is hosting the Mont Saint Michel,
the battlefields of the 6th June 1944 D-Day, the tapestry of Bayeux,
oyster bays & great seafood. Roughshooting over dogs for partridge,
pheasant, snipe and the occasional woodcock is an excellent winter
reason to visit this part of Normandy.
an important circulation of waterfowl between the Bay des Veys and the
Bay of the Mont Saint Michel.
Meeting in front
of the beautiful farmhouse in the morning of Nov 17th 2003
Everybody is a bit anxious. At
the very moment we will start hunting, in Australia, will also start
the final match for the 2003 rugby world cup. France plays against
The French team -of beaters-
seems rather confident...
Despite the crucial issue, the
hunt must go on. Hopefully, the dogs do not care
England has won the cup this
morning ! Our English guests can fully enjoy their lunch...
Example of price
1 night 1 days roughshooting in the
Normandy region of Cotentin - For 8 guns & 6 spouses - including
dinner & rooms the night before, morning duck & snipe
flighting, strong countryside breakfast, lunch, shotguns &
cartridges, dogs & masters, 6 hunter's licenses & insurance,
partidge & pheasant roughshooting for a bag of around 30 birds.
Average price 3350 euros
The famous tapestry of Bayeux
must be visited
1944 - 2004
American cemetary of Colleville
The Mont Saint
The surroundings of the bay are reputed for the lambs
grazing on "salted" meadows and for the oysters. Cancale is one of the
best production center for oysters in France. In Cancale is found the
Guide Michelin rouge awarded Maison Bricourt, but a full lot of
simplest but delicious houses is available.
Traditional inn owner and keen chef
with salmon angler (The chef is also a salmon angler, un vieux
saumonnier). Good rooms, all kinds of excellent menus, outsdanding good
value table. A wonderful place to stay.
river la Sélune,
View of the Mont
Saint Michel from the salted meadows (les prés
Kitchen of the
restaurant La Mère Poulard