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Beuvron-En-Auge or Honfleur

If you could stop at only one, for a few hours, maybe lunch, which one would you choose??

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They're not similar at all. If you want rural charm: Beuvron en Auge. If you want to experience the charm of a long-gone wealthy harbor: Honfleur.

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Depending how you drive, Honfleur is easy to reach coming from Pont de Normandie and Beuvron from the A13 freeway / toll road. If you are driving from Paris to Caen of Bayeux like most do you can visit Honfleur first and having enough time you can make a detour to Beuvron just for having a look without losing much time.

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Three times is a charm. We visited Beauvron, Honfluer, and Sainte-Wandrille, before arriving in Rouen from Bayeux. Thank you all for your input!

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Glad you enjoyed your trip. Saint-Wandrill is lovely, had not the idea it's touristy during the two times I have visited it. I combined it with the abbeys of Jumièges and Saint-Martin-de-Boscherville, nice area to explore btw.