Isigny-sur-Mer developed in significance during the industrial revolution of the 19th century when many factories were built to process milk and caramels. In WWII, most of Isigny was destroyed by bombardments. More recently, Isigny has become more of a fishing town with various vessels departing from its ports to fish for mussels and oysters. Today, most of the town’s visitors are ornithologists who come to observe the waterfowl in the Bay of Veys.
Gaudez, René, Hervé Champollion, and Angela Moyon. Tour of Normandy. Rennes: Éditions Ouest-France, 1996. ISBN: 2737317185.
“Isigny-sur-Mer.” < http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isigny-sur-Mer>
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