Hi there, here we are for a new escapade on the blog! This time I’m taking you to the Norman countryside, as we are going to Beuvron-en-Auge, which is located on the cider route in Calvados, and part of “the most beautiful villages of France”! Let’s go?
When you arrive in Beuvron-en-Auge, you feel as astonished as when you discover Disneyland for the first time (but of course even better!) Because the town looks like a real fairy-tale village, with its either white or colorful half-timbered houses which were built in the 17th century, its paved sidewalks, its small coffee shops and stores! You can visit the town really fast, as there is actually only one street, but if you feel like wandering here, you can definitely spend 2-3 hours by:
- Taking pictures of different houses and the church
- Walking around Beuvron, in the paths that border the fields
- Warming up with a cup of tea (I went there in November) in one of the coffee shops. Be careful though: don’t go to the Café du Coiffeur to find a comfy and a cozy place… the welcome was soooo cold! You surely noticed I don’t like being negative, but I felt I had to warn you about this place as the experience was so unpleasant for me, and as I certainly don’t want the same for you.
- Doing some shopping in the few stores. I definitely liked L’Âne Bleu and all their findings from France and England (and especially the made in france hat I bought), or the store selling vintage children’s toys made in wood.
See you soon for a new adventure!
Boujou (the Norman way to say XOXO)
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