Dine out and discover the joys of eating and drinking in traditional Normandy style, savour our locally grown produce. When you are out and about in the countryside, don't be surprised to find yourself being studied by the odd herd of Normandy cattle as you pass by. If you're interested in traditional crafts, visit our local artisans who will show you their skill and artistry working with stone and wood, as well as regale you with some of their fascinating tales.
The town of Saint-James in Normandy is very important historically. Soon after his successful invasion of England, "William the Conqueror" fortified the town against invasion from nearby Brittany. In the 20th century, the U.S. chose to locate their American Military Cemetery at nearby Montjoie Saint Martin. Today, our whole canton belongs to the Battle of Normandy Route, which links Saint James with the Normandy Landing Beaches.