On one side, the sea and the Côte Fleurie, and on the other, the countryside and the Pays d’Auge. Located at the heart of the Seine Bay, Honfleur offers countless opportunities for discovery. A food or sport-focused stay, a holiday, a hike, relaxation by the sea... Normandy and its landscapes are the dream setting to get away from it all and enjoy the holiday atmosphere!
Our apartment hotel in Honfleur lets you discover all these possibilities and visit the unmissable locations nearby.
Just a 15 minute drive from Honfleur, Villerville-sur-Mer offers a spectacular view over the Seine estuary. Its grasslands and woods, a 4km long beach and the church with its Romanesque bell tower make it a charming location on the seafront. You can enjoy a beautiful view over Le Havre and the Cap de la Hève from the terrace overlooking the beach.
When you take the Pont de Normandie, a real architectural masterpiece which crosses the Seine, you enter the Seine-Maritime and Le Havre, a UNESCO world heritage site. The city centre was rebuilt by Auguste Perret, a major 20th century architect who was a real “concrete poet”, offering an unbelievable unity, and a remarkable example of post-war architecture and urban design.
On the other side of Touques from Deauville, Trouville offers visitors a very different experience with its lively fishing port. The architecture of the seaside villas in perfect harmony with the fishermen's homes in the narrow streets in the town centre (over 2 km of passages and cul de sacs). The casino and the fish market are the most iconic buildings.
Amongst grassland, interspersed with thatched cottages and half-timbered houses, criss-crossed by hedgerows and winding roads, Pays d’Auge has marvellous rural landscapes. The land of Camembert and apples, its villages - each more beautiful than the last - are an ode to Normandy: Beuvron-en-Auge, Cambremer, Pont-l’Evêque, Beaumont-en-Auge, Blangy-le-Château…
To the south of Honfleur, discover the Cider Route, a signposted 40km journey which crosses the typically Augeron landscape. Leading you through Normandy’s picture-perfect landscapes, it will take you to meet producers of cider, Calvados and Pommeau against the backdrop of apple orchards, meadows with horses, half-timbered houses...
During your trip, don’t forget to visit the medieval castle at Crèvecœur-en-Auge.