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Normandy has been fashionable since the 19th century, with resorts such as Granville, Barneville, Carterete and Honfleur displaying postcard settings of parasols and boaters.
A visit to one of the four major cities in the region, Rouen, Caen Le Havre or Cherbourg, will no doubt lead you to try out the many local food and drink specialties.
A real rival to the other Cannes Festival...Deauville and its neighbour Trouville are often referred to as the 'Parisian Riviera' with flamboyant Belle Époque villas, designer boutiques and chic cafes.
Think of Pont l’Eveque and you may think of the famous square shaped cheese which bears its name. This traditional French town in Normandy is also famous for its fine cuisine as well as its pastoral landscape and valleys. Pont L'Eveque is located in the department of Calvados in Lower Normandy (Basse-Normandie) in north western France and just 12 km from the delightful Deauville-Trouville coast, famous for fine seafood and fish. The town lies right in the heart of the Pays d'Auge and as the town is placed between three rivers its little wonder that the countryside is so green and lush. There is some interesting history that surrounds Pont L’Eveque as it was an important trade route between Paris, Rouen and the Brittany coastline. In 1944 during the battle of Normandy a large part of the town was under German Occupation thereby a great number of buildings were destroyed by allied bomb raids. After the war there was much rebuilding to be done and many important buildings have been restored to their former glory. Today, Pont L’Eveque is a popular centre for tourism with many attractions on offer for families visiting the region.