After your arrival by your own means, discover Honfleur, a typical and scenic normand village, with its harbour. It is nicknamed “town of
After your stroll in the old town, take a 90-minutes cruise on the river Seine estuary, go through locks and under the massive structure of the Pont de Normandie (Normandy Bridge).
After your lunch in Honfleur (not included), you’ll have your own private guided tour of Deauville, to discover the grandness that made Deauville’s international reputation, along with more intimate spots in town, making Deauville the number one destination of charm in Normandy.
Free time in town to walk the famous walkway along the beach or by the beautiful mansions, or why not walk up the Mont Canisy hill, a protected area where from you’ll enjoy a beautiful vista over the Flower Coast.
Dinner at the restaurant, overnight at a 3* Boutique hotel in nearby Trouville.
Le Pays d’Auge
After breakfast, visit the Pays d’Auge gardens, 4 hectares of park that showcases the typical Normand timber-frame architecture. Quintessential!
Lunch in a traditional restaurant in Beuvron en Auge, listed as one of the “most beautiful village of France”.
You will then visit one of the oldest castle in Normandy: Crève coeur en Auge. Despite its records of violent history, the castle is still standing and kept its original plan. You’ll visit the royal castle dating from the 15th century, but also the chapel and the dove house.
Finally, visit a stud farm, backstage. The owner will show you the stables explain the stages of a horse-life, you’ll see the jockeys’ equipment and you will learn about the different types of races and the about the “whisperers”.
End of your trip.
Possibility to include lunch in a Michelin starred restaurant on day 1 or day 2.
Private guided tour of the Pays d’Auge typical villages. Take the cider distillery, then carry on with the stud’s route and visit a stud farm.