Discover the best top things to do in Lisieux, France including Laser Impact Lisieux, Domaine des Chevaux de Firfol, Parc Zoologique Cerza, Sanctuaire Sainte Therese, Les Jardins du Pays d'Auge, Marche de Saint-Pierre-sur-Dives, Jardin de L'Eveche, Parc Animalier de La Dame Blanche, Manoir De Grandouet, Carmel De Lisieux.
5.0 based on 92 reviews
Laser Impact is a new lasertag (lasergame) activity in Normandy , visit us in Lisieux ! The action takes place in a 700m² military base . Equipped with military suits and lazer rifles replicas both teams players must compete with the aim of obtaining the highest score at the end of the game !
5.0 based on 8 reviews
Come in calvados, with our beautiful horses. and discover the french natural horsemanship ! each day, learn more and more about the horse spirit and way to be in connexion with this beautiful animal. you can have special teacher for your family or friends, between 7 to 77 years old ! See daily program on our website, and our course for 1 day to 6 days.
4.5 based on 1,220 reviews
Cerza is a hidden gem that doesn't seem to be very well known even in France. We loved it so much, we went there this year again after having spent a week in July 2017. We stayed in the lodges both time - they are very comfortable with a well-equipped kitchen plus heating AND air conditioning. You can choose to relax in the lodges and then saunter over to the main Park area whenever you want during opening hours. This is also a great base to explore Normandy - we went as far as Michel St. Mont one day. There are wallabies, deer and different birds even around the lodges, plus a decent play area so my daughter was never bored even in the lodges. I don't think we switched the TV on even once. BIG PLUS this time - the lodges have great WiFi connection this year. My wife was able to work from there on a couple of days.
4.5 based on 838 reviews
The Basilica is set upon a hill, it is a very steep walk from the main train station in Lisieux. A very beautiful setting. Please note St Therese is NOT buried here, she is buried in the town at the Carmelite Convent, so please bear this in mind when planning your trip. Taxis are available to travel around the town. The parents of St Therese are buried in the Church underneath the main Basilica. The Upstairs Church is very beautiful and there is a relic of St Therese on display in the upper Church. The art work on the roof is also quite spectacular. There is no restaurant onsite there is a nice book / giftshop on the grounds. The staff are extremely kind and helpful. They made our visit very welcoming.
4.5 based on 147 reviews
We travelled to Lisieux by train from Paris, when we got off the train we headed for the big basilica up on the hill. It is very steep walk up to the Basilica so we took it slowly. When we got there we realised that St Therese is buried down in the Carmelite Church at the Convent in the town. When we got to the Carmelite Church in the town, we went in and on the right hand side of the church there is the tomb of St Therese, it is a simple Church which the Carmelite nuns use, there is also a museum attached, the Convent and also a book/giftshop are all in the surrounding area. It was like visiting a great friend getting to visit the tomb of St Therese. Her remains lie underneath the statue. There are hundreds of roses which have been left in front of the tomb. We travelled independently which I was glad about as we had the Church to ourselves and were able to spend some time praying at the tomb. St Therese parents are buried in the underground church in the main Basilica which is in a different part of the town.
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