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Granville Station Guide

Granville is a popular summer vacation destination in the Manche region of France. Located on a scenic peninsula and sheltered by a harbour, the seaport of Granville is positioned between Paris and Cherbourg on the rail lines. The trip from Paris Montparnasse to Granville Rail Station takes three hours. Granville Rail Station also operates a route to the city of Rennes.

Granville Rail Station is located on the Avenue Marchal-Leclerc and has passenger facilities that include toilets, ATMS, and other essential passenger amenities. Car rental services are also located at the station. The best way to see Granville and the surrounding region is by rental car.

The town features two pretty beach areas, a golf course, and a casino. There are also cultural and historical attractions, theatre, museums, galleries and impressive granite fortifications. Located on both sides of the peninsula are 15 hotels, several campsites, gites and bed & breakfasts to accommodate visitors.

A short drive away is the bustling town of Cherbourg, which has been a pivotal naval base and ferry port since the reign of Napoleon. Nearby Mont St Michel rising enchantingly from the sand flats is best reached by car, as is the Vire river for trout fishing. The nearby town of St Lo was severely damaged during WWII, but several gorgeous historical buildings survived.