Are you visiting Beuvron-en-Auge? Find here the few essentials not to be missed during your visit: place Michel Vermughen, Espace des Métiers d'Art, Route du Cider, healing spring, chapel: we tell you everything!

Place Michel Vermughen

It is often said that all roads lead to Rome, but in Beuvron-en-Auge, they lead to Place Michel Vermughen (or almost)! Central point of the village, Place Michel Vermughen immerses you directly in a typical Norman atmosphere by offering you a global point of view on the village!

Photo panoramique de la place Vermughen

If you feel like it, let yourself be guided by the streets, alleys and alleys of the village, you will discover during your delicious walk:

  • the Espace des Métiers d'Art where many craftsmen exhibit their work
  • a mansion that will not go unnoticed, and even…
  • a period laundry.

Gastronomic restaurant

If you are still in Place Vermughen, and you love gourmet cuisine, know that chef Adrien Haye will be happy to welcome you to the Pavé d'Auge.

You will discover local products through creative cuisine.

Hell Street

Arche de roses dans la rue de l'enfer

Ever wanted to know what it would be like to set foot in hell?

We may have the solution! In the village of Beuvron-en-Auge, is the rue de l'Enfer. Want to know why?

Follow the guided tour of the tourist office. You will learn more about the history of the village and even glean some nice anecdotes like that of the rue de la Catouillette.

But shhh… we won't say more!

Arts and crafts area

Panneaux d'affichage de l'espace des métiers d'art

This is the old communal school which has been rehabilitated. If you go there, you will have the chance to glimpse the meticulous work carried out by these passionate artists.

Cabinetmaking, photography, porcelain decorator, cutler, pottery, chocolate maker: many are the arts that are highlighted in this space.

Cider Route

Starting from Beuvron-en-Auge, the Cider Route is a 40 km loop that winds and crosses the Pays d'Auge. It highlights cider producers as well as Protected Designation of Origin (AOP) products.

By following this route, you will be in direct contact with the producers and their Norman know-how. Before you leave, go through the tourism office to validate your itinerary and retain the producers who organize guided tours.

Chapel of Clermont

Perched on a hill in the Augeronne countryside, it is behind a forest of century-old beech trees that you can see the chapel of Clermont. Dated, for the oldest parts, from the XIIe century, it offers from its promontory, a magnificent view of the valleys of the Dives to the hills of Mont Pinçon. A point of view to discover by following the circuit of the chapel of Clermont.

Vue depuis les hauteurs de la chapelle de Clermont

Tours of charming churches

On the way for a loop of 47 km with the circuit of charming churches. Departing from Beuvron-en-Auge, this route will take you to the front of 9 churches that differ in their styles, materials, altarpieces and statues. 

Dozule wood

Not far from Beuvron-en-Auge is the Bois de Dozulé, a space where the leafy freshness of the wood offers a panorama of Dozulé and its surrounding countryside. If you did not know it, know that the wood of Dozulé gave its name to a hiking trail of 14 km which connects the communes of Dozulé, Saint-Jouin and Saint-Léger-Dubosq. By taking the path, your route will take you towards the old Haras riding station (a very beautiful XNUMXth century building).e century in red brick) as well as towards the Sainte-Barbe church (XIIIe century) in Saint-Jouin.

Healing source of the church of Grangues

Vierge Marie devant l'église de Grangues

it's about the source Saint-Roch, a well-known healing spring to locals. 

It is near the church of Grangues, and would, according to legend, have healing properties for skin diseases.

If you pass by, do not hesitate to take some. The water from this spring is drinkable and supplies the daily life of Cabourg.

Reserve of Saint-Samson

It is between the communes of Saint-Samson and Hotot-en-Auge that the Saint-Samson reserve is located. This set of 104-hectare wet meadows is a wintering and stopover site for many species of migratory birds. From 1er November to March 31, Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 17 p.m., the doors of the reserve are open to the public. Mallard, teal, greylag goose, great cormorant, swan and stork: the closer exploration of these feathered animals can finally begin!