Pays d'Auge

The Pays d'Auge is a historical area located between two Norman rivers: the Touques and the Dives.

It stretches from Cabourg to Honfleur on the coast but goes as quite far inland as Argentan.Its typical landscape is bocage (farmland criss-crossed by edges and trees), small valleys and apple orchards.

It is one of the best preserved areas of Normandy with a rich architecture of castles, churches, thatched cottages.

Honfleur

 Honfleur

The town of Honfleur and its typical harbor have often been represented on paintings by famous artists such as Gustave Courbet, Eugène Boudin, or Claude Monet. The so called school of Honfleur was...

Villers sur Mer and Houlgate

 Villers sur Mer and Houlgate

These two typical normand seaside towns are separated by the Vaches Noires (black cows) cliffs.