Your first stop is the small port town of Honfleur is one of the most beautiful of the area with its historical center and vieux bassin port and marina. The historical town center still retains stunning half timbered houses, old cobbled stone streets that are located around Sainte Catherine church. Honfleur is also home to famous museums such as the Eugene Boudin museum.
After some free time for lunch, head towards the small village of Beuvron en Auge. Rated as one of the most beautiful villages of France, it's a picture-perfect postcard of a traditional Normand Village! Stronghold of the d’Harcourt family, on the Cider and Calvados trails, its half timbered houses, old covered market and surrounding manor houses make it a treat to discover. Enjoy some time to stroll through the village on your own.
Finally, reach a local Calvados distillery located in the heart of the Pays d’Auge. This family owned estate produces some of the most famous Cider, Calvados and Pommeau of Normandy. After a short introduction to the different products that are distilled here, you will participate in a commented tasting of the local spirits.