Pass through the villages of the Pays d’Auge while discovering its local produce, that’s what we suggest for today. Set off down the Cider Route’s 40 km and meet our Norman producers! Cider, distilleries, agricultural products, they will be delighted to help you discover as well as let you taste their products. Throughout the trip you will criss-cross picturesque country roads and typical “Augeron” landscapes, such as Norman castles and stud farms, as well as “colombages” houses, surrounded by fields of apple trees.

The Cider Route is a signposted circuit that connects several villages, so you can start your excursion from anywhere. We recommend that you start in Bonnebosq for example, because it is the closest village to Le Brévedent. Moreover, “the most beautiful village in France”, Beuvron-en-Auge, belongs to the Pays d’Auge. This township is part of the Cider Route circuit, do not hesitate to stop there to stroll through its beautiful lanes.