If you want to experience French cuisine at its finest, visiting Pont L’Eveque in the Calvados region of Lower Normandy is a superb place to do it. The lovely town is situated right in the heart of the picturesque Pays d’Auge where three rivers meet. Apart from stunning timbered houses interspersed with colourful foliage, and a pretty 15th-century church, it has a fantastic Blue Flag lake to enjoy a leisurely swim or a spot of water sports. And, for all the foodies, there are several farms in the area making the famous Pont L’Eveque cheese. Ranked alongside Brie and Camembert, it’s one of the most famous cheeses in France and beyond. There’s also a distillery producing the other famous Normandy offering – Calvados, the delicate apple brandy. And, for more, Pont L’Eveque is close to the seaside resorts of Deauville, Trouville and Cabourg. For a look into the past, you can even visit the D-Day landing beaches. This special little town really does have it all.