Description: Beuvron-en-Auge is a lovely country village is not only one of Les Plus Beaux Villages de France but it also forms part of the ‘route du cidre’ but is worth visiting in its own right to wander the flower decked streets and see some of the best typical Norman architecture that the region has to offer. For those with some money to spend the village boasts a lovely restaurant (outside the publishers budget!) bang in the middle of the market place.

Location: Situated on D49, 5kms SE of junction 29 of A13 (between Caen and Lisieux).

Our recommendations: Visit on the 4th Sunday in October (fits in well with UK Half Term holidays) for the Fête du Cidre et Grand Marché when the village has a particularly festive air.

For the children: While architectural delights are low on the childrens’ list of ‘must sees’ the village is worth visiting if combined with market day.


Here’s more information to make the most of your visit to Normandy: