The river Risle in Pont-Audemer.

Pont-Audemer is a charming town located in the Eure in Normandy, nicknamed the Norman Venice. Just 30 minutes from Castel Camping Le Brévedent, Pont-Audemer has a rich history that dates back to medieval times and owes its name to the stone bridge dating from the 12th century that spans the river Risle, now symbol of the city.

The city centre of Pont-Audemer.

Its picturesque streets and half-timbered houses from the 16th and 17th centuries make it a very pleasant place to explore. More modern buildings such as the theatre “L’Eclat” or the new cinema “Le Ciné” will delight lovers of architecture and design.

History lovers will be delighted by the many monuments and museums to discover. The 11th century Saint-Ouen church is a remarkable example of Norman Gothic architecture. Nearby, art lovers will not fail to visit the Alfred Canel Museum which houses collections of art and local history.

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The Saint-Ouen church.
A painter.

In 2024, Pont-Audemer will be one of the cities chosen to host the Normandy Impressionist Festival. Many exhibitions, shows, workshops and conferences are scheduled from late March to late September will attract art lovers.

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In July, visitors can enjoy the annual “Les Mascarets” festival, which offers a varied musical program ranging from rock to hip-hop. But not only! A variety of activities are offered: street shows, exhibitions, tastings of local products… The local pastry specialty, the Mirliton, is to be tasted!

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The Mascarets festival.
Regional Natural Park Boucles de la Seine Normande.

Near the city and only 30 minutes from Camping Le Brévedent, nature lovers can discover the Boucles de la Seine Normande national park. Enjoy beautiful hikes while admiring beautiful scenery along the river and discovering the local fauna and flora.

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History, art, lively events, Pont-Audemer is a city that deserves to be discovered. Its timeless charm and friendly atmosphere make it an ideal destination for a cultural getaway in Normandy, during your stay at Camping Le Brévedent.