Morsalines Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

The light is been in use since 1836, destroyed in 1944 and rebuild in 1955. The focalplane is 11 miles in the whilte sector and 8 miles in the red and green sector.

Altitude: 70m

Height: 13m

49°34'9.92"N

1°19'4.64"W

la Pointe du Val de Saire Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

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49°36'22.54"N

1°13'47.29"W

Barfleur Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

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49°40'12.68"N

1°15'30.48"W

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49°40'3.98"N

1°15'45.24"W

Gatteville Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

The lighthouse is situated on Pointe de Barfleur. It was necessary to build a lighthouse there because of the strong currents around Cap de Barfleur and Cap de la Hague. That and the fact there are a lot of rocks under the water adding to the danger for ships.

C'est le deuxième phare plus haut en Europe. Le premier phare est construit en 1771 et il fonctionne comme sémaphore. Ce phare est mis en service en 1835. Au sommet du phare il y a une petite salle d'information et l'histoire du phare.

49°41'46.95"N

1°15'57.34"W

Cap Lévi Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

This Lighthouse replaces the one destroyed by the German army in 1944 and which was built between 1854 and 1858. The Lantern was broken down and stored in Cherbourg. In 1947-48 the Lighthouse was reconstructed.

49°41'45.00"

1°28'23.51"W

la Hague Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

The lighthouse was built in 1834 and took 3 years. In 1940 the lighthouse was taken by the Germans and remained out until 1 July 1944. The lighthouse was electrified in 1971 and automated in 1989. The last lighthousekeepers left in May 1990.

49°43'18.80"N

1°57'15.99"W

Dielette Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

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49°33'10.62"N

1°51'49.60"W

Carteret Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

The lighthouse was in use in 1839. It was a square tower. In 1870 they built 2 houses for the lighthouse keepers. The lighthouse was destroyed in 1944 and rebuilt in 1946.

49°22'24.64"N

1°48'24.56"W

la Pointe d'Agon Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

In 1747 they built a fort on pointe d’agon. The fort was destroyed in 1776 due to the force of the tides. In 1856 they built the lighthouse on the foundations of the fort.

49° 0'11.12"N

1°34'37.56"W

Granville Lighthouse
Basse-Normandie (France)

The lighthouse was built in 1826 on the point of Roc on Cap Lihou. During the second world war the Germans painted the lighthouse green as camouflage. The lighthouse is automated.

48°50'4.17"N

1°36'46.92"W