Barneville-Carteret is situated approximately 190 miles (306 kilometers) west of Paris, the country's capital.
The region is much-loved by travelers from all over the world. To discover why, get out and explore the places surrounding Barneville-Carteret. Some interesting places within a relatively short distance of Barneville-Carteret are Cherbourg, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the south, and Equeurdreville-Hainneville, 19 miles (31 kilometers) to the south.
Once you've fully explored Barneville-Carteret, why not visit the nearest regional area. Saint-Malo is situated 50 miles (80 kilometers) away and is home to attractions such as Solidor Tower, St. Malo Citadelle and St. Malo Beach. Be sure not to return to Barneville-Carteret until you've checked out Saint-Malo's Porte Saint Vincent, Musee de la Ville and Espace Duguay-Trouin.
If the weather looks good, head outside and discover Normandy's open-air markets. Uncover the region's rich cultural tapestry at Normandy's excellent history museums.
Broaden your horizons with one of the culinary tours. There are plenty to choose from in Normandy.
Trying regional food is usually about more than just satisfying appetites. It offers a glimpse into a region's personality. Matelote (fish stewed in cider) and moules à la crème Normande (mussels in white wine) are two local specialties worth trying. Try teurgoule (baked rice dessert) at the conclusion of your meal. This is a popular choice for residents and travelers.
As your adventures here draw to a close, spend what's left of your euros on last-minute mementos and bid a fond Au revoir / À bientôt (farewell) to the people you've met and the spots you've enjoyed.