Recently my parents bought a second home in Cabourg in Normandy. I’m so happy I will now be able to spend the weekend at the seaside whenever I want and to discover Normandy a little bit more. This is why I’m launching today a series of Normans blog posts.
Let’s begin with the charming village of Beuvron-en-Auge where we celebrated the 60th birthday of my father last July.
Why would you go to Beuvron-en-Auge? First of all to enjoy a delicious lunch or diner at the Michelin-starred restaurant Le Pavé d’Auge (Gosh it was amazing), but also because strolling in the streets of this cute village is like a fairy tale! Little wonder that it’s listed among the “Loveliest Villages of France”.
I love these colorful half-timbered houses and all these flowers but also the peaceful atmosphere. As soon as you set foot in this village, you immediatly feel like you’re on holidays! If you’re in the area of Cabourg and want to go somewhere new and leave the city just for a few hours, this is the place for you!
On these pictures you can see my favorite outfit of this summer: a Comptoir des cotonniers dress and a Karl Marc John top. if I could, I would wear this outfit everyday.
In a few words I can’t say enough about this cute village that totally seduced me. If you want to do some antique chopping, there are also a few nice little boutiques.
Finally there’s a former school where Alain, a modeler passionnante about trains, has opened a small museum. It’s free so don’t hesitate to check out, it’s really nice and Alain will be happy to share his passion with you (open every day during summer and during school holidays the rest of the year).
Did you know Beuvron-en-Auge?
Unless you’e not attracted by the charm of half-timbered houses, it’s quite difficult to not fall in love with this place isn’t it?
Have a nice Friday and a nice weekend my friends!