The Cider Route is a well-signposted tourist route, some 40km in length, focusing on cider-making traditions in these parts and passing via Beuvron-en-Auge. Some 20 producers located along the way open their doors to visitors. Following the route, you can take in many delightful, typical images of Normandy, from châteaux, manors and half-timbered buildings to fine studs.Every year, come autumn, the Fête du cidre offers visitors an opportunity to watch the great apple-pressing take place on the village square and to taste a whole variety of different ciders.
Antiques lovers will very much appreciate Beuvron-en-Auge, wandering around the specialist boutiques located across the centre. Every second Sunday in the month, the Beuvr'Antiques draw an enthusiastic crowd.