Tourism and leisure activities at Bagnoles de l'Orne

A few minutes from the hotel, you can join the pedestrianised pathways to stroll through the forest, the spas, the tennis courts, swimming pool, casino and the tourism office.

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Tourism office Bagnoles de l'orne

The 19th century saw the emergence in France of a new need for places of leisure and relaxation which would also be the venues for a new art de vivre – a new “art of living” - combining nature, conviviality, wellbeing and entertainment.

In a setting chosen for its tranquillity and natural environment, with a thermal spring noted for the curative properties of its water, a Grand Hotel for the comfort of the family and guests, a Casino for evening enjoyment, all in a park containing a lake and with a river running through it: and this is how Spa resorts and thermal tourism were born.

Today, Bagnoles de l'Orne recreates all the authenticity of the Belle Époque in this unique setting, a testament to the art de vivre of the early 20th century.



The town Bagnoles de l'orne

The 19th century saw the emergence in France of a new need for places of leisure and relaxation which would also be the venues for a new art de vivre – a new “art of living” - combining nature, conviviality, wellbeing and entertainment.

In a setting chosen for its tranquillity and natural environment, with a thermal spring noted for the curative properties of its water, a Grand Hotel for the comfort of the family and guests, a Casino for evening enjoyment, all in a park containing a lake and with a river running through it: and this is how Spa resorts and thermal tourism were born.

Today, Bagnoles de l'Orne recreates all the authenticity of the Belle Époque in this unique setting, a testament to the art de vivre of the early 20th century.



Le Pin national stud, orne in Normandy

Le Pin National Stud, fondly called the “Versailles for Horses”, nestles in a green haven covering more than 1,000 ha (2,471 acres) in the Orne county of the Lower Normandy region.

Come and discover the world of horses through an exceptional heritage handed down over the centuries since Louis the 14th, from its architecture to its landscapes, from its horses of various breeds to those men and women whose talents have marked the profession.  Come and see history for yourself by visiting the stables and the Discovery Trail, while holidaying for a day, a week or a weekend in Normandy! Yesterday a Royal Stud, today a flagship of the National Stud institution, “Les Haras Nationaux”.

We wish you a pleasant tour!



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