What to see and do in Honfleur

 

The Vieux Bassin and the Lieutenancy, emblems of the city, its historical past and its timeless charm

 

The Eugène Boudin museum, a collection of paintings including those of the painter himself. Impressionism and love of Normandy are on the program.

 

The Marine Museum, a former church transformed into a museum dedicated to the great explorers of the region

 

A manifestation of civil engineering, the Pont de Normandie is one of all superlatives and records. A breathtaking work

Norman gastronomy

 

Camembert of course. Without forgetting the other AOCs that are Livarot, Pont-l'Évêque and Neufchâtel

 

The Norman escalope: mushrooms, crème fraîche, white wine, escalope, mustard, and of course bon appétit

 

The Cider. Apples from the Pays d'Auge and here they are transformed into a delicious cider. We also make Calvados from these apples

 

Tripe à la mode de Caen Traditionally cooked in about twenty hours of cooking, arm yourself with patience to feast on

 

Teurgoule, milk jam, andouille de Vire, Norman hole, there are really a thousand ways to feast in Normandy

Most beautiful beaches

 

Omaha Beach and the Landing beaches. Emblematic, historical, moving and of a grandiose beauty

 

Antifer Beach. Close to Etretat, it offers pebbles and vertiginous cliffs, but without the tourist influx of its famous neighbor

 

Deauville beach. Boards, parasols in summer, a stretch of sand as far as the eye can see and the chic of Deauville, all in one place.
 

 

Romantic beach in Cabourg. It follows the Marcel Proust Promenade which passes in front of all the bourgeois and historic houses of Cabourg, including its Grand Hotel. Magnificent.

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