Alliance Française Cherbourg-Normandie
Centre of Cherbourg
Cherbourg has an architectural heritage marked by Queen Mathilde, Vauban, Napoleon and the 1930s. The only continental port of call for the Titanic in 1912, Cherbourg was the second French port of embarkation for the New World in 1929. Today, the city still welcomes the most beautiful and largest liners in the world.
With 5 ports (yachting, fishing, commercial, cruise and military) and protected by the largest artificial harbour in the world, Cherbourg-en-Cotentin is a green setting resolutely open to the sea.
At the crossroads of all worlds, it is a natural stopover for the Alliance Française!
Located in the city centre, just a few minutes from the port, the Alliance Française de Cherbourg-Normandie is set up at the foot of the Sainte-Trinité basilica, on the second floor of the Montessori school.
A magnificent setting for studying French in groups or individually, combining your courses with eco-responsible outdoor activities and authentic cultural discoveries!
An Alliance at the crossroads of all worlds!
The City of the Sea
A house in the city center
Visit a submarine!
The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
The Alliance Française de Cherbourg: an exceptional place to study!
A view of the port
- Cherbourg-Dublin ferry link
- School trips
- French for professional purposes
- Certificates : DELF-DALF, DFP, TCF
- Connected classrooms, wifi
- Downtown : 2 minutes walk from the port and the city hall
Alliance Française de Cherbourg-Normandie
26 Rue des Moulins
02 35 98 55 99