The entire Caen la Mer territory will benefit from full fibre optic coverage by 2021. This infrastructure will enable all stakeholders to implement and access very high bandwidth telecommunication services: data transfer, international exchange, etc., and will allow for the development and experimentation of new applications and new usages, in particular in the field of healthcare. How to choose the right very high bandwidth offer?
Caen-Carpiquet airport is particularly dynamic and offers the advantage of avoiding the rush of Parisian airports. From April to October, flights to Corsica (Figari, Ajaccio and Bastia). New destinations are proposed every year. The runway will be extended in 2022 to welcome larger planes and new airlines.
Ouistreham, the leading cross Channel and 10th ranking French port is on the shores of the English Channel, the busiest freight transport waterway in the world. In the heart of the Bay of Seine, its multiplicity and know-how are quite characteristic: ferry terminals and regular lines, bulk and conventional traffic. Organisation within the Haropa port network, the concentration of supermarket distribution goods flow and the e-commerce boom are all paving the way to new prospects for the Port of Caen-Ouistreham. Coming soon – a maintenance base for the offshore wind farm off Courseulles.
Brittany Ferries operates 3 daily return sails between Ouistreham and Portsmouth (crossing time: 6 hours).
Just two hours from Paris and on the Calais-Bayonne route, Caen Normandie’s geographical situation renders the area a necessary passing point for a range of logistics needs. The road network comprises a ring road (27km), 16 interchanges linked to 3 motorways (including the toll-free motorway to Rennes then Nantes).
Several ongoing road development projects:
From the railway station, located in Caen’s town centre, Caen Normandie is:
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