Honfleur is a jewel of a town, best discovered on foot. The best way to enjoy its beautiful architecture, its lovely boutiques and its many art galleries, is to lose yourself in its narrow streets.Having a coffee in one of the numerous cafes on the harbour is a must-do while you're here. Go to Quai Sainte-Catherine in the morning, and to Quai Saint-Etienne in the afternoon. Just follow the sun! 
Sainte-Catherine church, built with wood by sea carpenters. Its unusual two naves are like overturned boat hulls and its clock tower is separated from the main building. The granaries are a place for exhibitions and shows. The Alphonse Allais museum, and many more places (visit the tourist office site) A picture is worth a thousand words. Use this space to focus on the thing which make you great.


The Satie houses, the navy museum, the Naturospace, (butterfly house), the Escape Game L'Evasion ou the bowling for rainy days, and the labyrinth, the beach, or the tree climb for the hot days

With children

The path Charrière de Grâce to get to the Chapel and enjoy the wonderful view over the river Seine estuary and the town. For Pentecost, you'll be able to follow the procession through the town for the seamen celebration - Fête des marins


The Eugène Boudin collections in the Boudin museum. Eugène Boudin, born in Honfleur, was one of the first impressionist painter. The museum is open all night for the "Nuit des Musées" (night of the museum), this year it will take place in November


Honfleur has a sailing school on the beach, a tennis club, a swimming pool and trampolines.The closest golf fields are 15mn away in Saint-Gatien, Saint-Arnoult or Deauville


Honfleur has many restaurants for all budgets. I will recommend to you my favourites. On Saturday, there's a farmer's market on Place Sainte-Catherine and an organic market every Wednesday morning. And you can shop rue de la République for meet, fish, cheese, organic fruit and veg, or rue du Dauphin, La Feuille de Vigne for good natural wines, and Les Blés d'or for bread and cakes 

Treat yourself

On a boat tour on "la Jolie France", "la Calypso" or the "Cauchois " boats to sail under the bridge of Normandy or take the shuttle boat from Trouville to Le Havre via Honfleur


On foot, on horseback, by bike, there are many ways to discover our beautiful estuary land. Visit the site of the tourist office to download the maps


From Honfleur, explore the Côte Fleurie and the Côte de Nacre, the sea resorts Trouville, Deauville or Cabourg, or the beautiful Pays d’Auge countryside and visit its farm-houses and pretty manor houses. The D-Day beaches and the Bayeux tapestry are an hour away by car, the Bénédictine in Fécamp 50 mn, as is Etretat