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Norman cider:

Cider, like a grand cru wine, is appreciated according to the rules of the art, and fine connoisseurs do not

do not deceive. Each cider, as produced by many producer farmers, has its own




As the fruit melts into enjoyment, as in delight it changes its absence… said Paul Valéry, as the apple is diluted in a sparkling drink of golden bubbles, the cider exhales intoxicating perfumes in a typical brandy from the Normandy region: Calvados.


The Pont-l'Evêque:

A cheese of great tradition, already known in the Middle Ages, Jean Froc tells us the story of this culinary heritage.

One of the oldest cheeses of Normandy 1 , whose appellation originates from the village of Pont-l'Évêque in Calvados , where it is made. The recipe is said to have been designed by Cistercian monks in the 12th century.


The Neufchatel:

Very old cheese, probably already made in the 6th century and officially attested from 1050 or 1543 . During the Hundred Years War , for the end of year celebrations, legend has it that young girls offered heart-shaped cheeses to English soldiers to show their love.


Giverny (29 kilometers):

The Musée des Impressionnismes presents the highlights of the Impressionist artistic movement. The painter Claude Monet lived and worked there until 1926. The artist's house and its landscaped gardens, in which he created his famous series of Water Lilies, now constitute the museum of the Claude Monet Foundation

Rouen, homeland of Joan of Arc (41 kilometers):

Capital of Normandy, close to the Norman bocage, is a port city on the Seine. Important city in Roman times or in the Middle Ages, it has Gothic churches, like Saint-Maclou and Saint-Ouen, as well as a pedestrian center with cobbled streets, with medieval half-timbered houses. The skyline is dominated by the spiers of Notre-Dame Cathedral, many times represented by the impressionist painter Claude Monet.

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Honfleur (110 kilometers):

Clinging to the rock of the wild coast of Belle-Ile-en-Mer, the barnacle is an atypical crustacean. Edible, it has long been a source of food for coastal inhabitants. You can buy barnacles from local fish stores or direct from fishermen.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.

In addition to this, you need to know more about it.



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