Castles to visit

The history of Normandy is rich, the architectural heritage is grandiose. We have selected for you the five monuments not to be missed under any circumstances during your stay at Brévedent.

Le château de Falaise

The castle of Falaise also called Castle of William the Conqueror is a magnificent place. With a guide or tablet, the tour adapts perfectly to children. Let the stories of the family carry you…

This visit can be combined with the visit of the Bayeux Tapestry if you stop for lunch in the city of Caen for example!

Bayeux Tapestry

The emblematic Bayeux tapestry is an unmissable work of art. Let yourself be told the embroidered story of the conquest of England by William, the Duke of Normandy, about 70 meters long.

Le château de Crèvecœur en Auge

We strongly advise you to go to the Castle of Crèvecoeur , construction of the 15th century on 7 ha. Children will love to plunge into history by the immersive experience that is proposed to you through exhibitions, equestrian games of knights or medieval animations.

Le château de Beaumesnil

If you have the opportunity to go there for a night, you will not be disappointed! Local producers in the romantic park, theatrical tours of the castle and a fireworks display to close an evening out of time.

Le château de Saint Germain de Livet

A jewel of Pays d’Auge surrounded by Douves. It brings together a wood-panelled building from the 15th century and a stone and brick construction from the region. The castle can be visited with the family thanks to an adapted route!