It is not what you have in mind when dreaming about France.
S eafood fans should be sure to try the local specialties including Coquille Saint-Jacques, giant scallops served from the shell alongside shrimp and mussels with a gratin and the Marmite Dieppoise, a seafood stew with butter, cider, and crème fraîche.
Try the moules à la crème Normande to have all three in one dish.
William the Conqueror, the Duke of Normandy, invaded England from here in 1066 to become the King of England.
The base is square and the tower is 107m tall and hollow in the middle.
It will fascinate those who love history and architecture, but others might find it boring after a couple of buildings.