In the morning, proceed to Deauville for some free time in the “Riviera” of Normandy’s coast. The Deauville American Film Festival is an annual event devoted to American films, taking place since 1975.
Deauville is also elegant, prestigious and glamorous: see and shop in the chic boutiques, walk along famous promenades along the beach, go to the Casino (one of the most beautiful in Europe) or go to horse-racing.
Discover Honfleur and visit a distillery.
Honfleur, the town of art, invites you to discover and visit its old quarters, Saint Catherine’s church (one of the most ancient wooden churches of France), the painting workshops and galleries.
After a walking promenade around this charming city, you will have the opportunity to visit a Norman distillery and to partake in tasting (calvados, pommeau and cider).
Discover the history of the Calvados region in Normandy; relive the authentic history of Calvados in the typical Norman setting (we can also suggest cheese tasting).
Discover the transformation of the humble apple into this amber nectar. Making calvados requires several steps – and each step calls on know-how, passion and specific skills.
Lunch in Honfleur then in the afternoon: Étretat.
A romantic open-air theater overlooking the Channel has provided inspiration to some of the most illustrious artists, and a mere visit is enough to understand why.