Located in Normandy, in Calvados, in the heart of the Pays d’Auge, Le Brévedent is a small village where life is good. For those who wish to discover this little corner of Normandy, or a little more, let yourself be guided!
Very close to Brévedent, the Côte Fleurie has the most famous seaside resorts (Deauville, Cabourg) and those with more family charm (Trouville, Houlgate), not to mention the most adorable of ports, Honfleur.
The cider route is a circuit of pretty villages and gourmet stops and Le Brévedent can be part of the stop to taste the local cider and the famous Pont l’Evêque cheese.
The beaches of Normandy have become a high place in the history of the Second World War and await you for a historic dive into this great history of the landings.
The south of the Pays d’Auge invites you to discover many castles or manors, often half-timbered, typical of Norman architecture, not to mention the famous Sainte-Thérèse basilica.