The Pays d'Auge, located to the east of Calvados, is Normandy's most emblematic area.

From Pont l’Évêque to Livarot, via Lisieux, this is the land of apple orchards, stud farms and half-timbered houses.

 

For those who are looking for a green holiday, a vast range of guest houses, bed and breakfast, self-catering and truly original accommodation options are available for a unique holiday in Normandy.

Cider, calvados andpommeau

Ramble round the Cider Route and enter one of the many distilleries that unveil the secrets of producing these famous and delicious beverages.

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Livarot Cheesemonger

The Pays d'Auge, the other land of cheeses: camembert, pont l'évêque and livarot are all produced at the Graindorge cheese dairy in Livarot, using non-pasteurised milk, of course, to guarantee the AOC label.

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Beuvron-en Auge

Indulge yourself in the gentle way of life as you visit the picturesque villages of Beuvron-en Auge (one of France's most beautiful villages), Beaumont-en-Auge and Blangy-le-Château. Their colourful half-timbered facades are so typical of Normandy.

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Equidays: Horse racesat the Deauville-la Touques racecourse

Far from the hustle and bustle, thoroughbred horses are born and bred in the many stud farms throughout the Pays d'Auge. During the Equi'Days horse festival, you can visit a stud farm or enjoy a tour of what goes on behind the scenes in one of the many racecourses in Calvados, in the company of our local horse-lovers.

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Pont l'Évêque

To take full advantage of this enchanting region, opt for the lively town of Pont l'Évêque, the ideal base for discovering its many charms. And if you'd rather be at the heart of where it's happening, head for Lisieux, the Pays d'Auge's principal town.

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Accommodation in Calvados

For those who are looking for a green holiday, a vast range of guest houses, bed and breakfast, self-catering and truly original accommodation options are available for a unique holiday in Normandy.

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