> The Vieux-Bassin (old dock):the exceptional old harbour in the heart of the port, with distinctive high, narrow, timber-frame and slate-clad houses overlooking the dock from three sides.
> The Lieutenance (Lieutenancy): he exceptional old harbour in the heart of the port, with distinctive high, narrow, timber-frame and slate-clad houses overlooking the dock from three sides.
> Saint Catherine's Church: this stunning edifice, built entirely of wood, was made by shipwrights, who incorporated many remarkable decorative details.
> Maritime museum: the Church of Saint-Étienne has been turned into a historical museum on old Honfleur, where you will discover the fascinating story of explorers such as Roberval, who left for Canada in 1541.
> The Notre-Dame-de-Grâce Chapel: this 17th century chapel on a hill above Honfleur stands in a spot where pilgrims have long come to give thanks to God for rescuing them from natural disasters, for example Duke Richard II of Normandy, who narrowly escaped a storm early in the 11th century. Inside, fascinating plaques, paintings and models attest to the gratitude felt by many visitors here, including famous people associated with Normandy. For fabulous views over Honfleur and the Seine estuary, head up to the Mont-Joli hilltop.
> Eugène Boudin Museum: Honfleur’s extensive fine arts museum houses many fine paintings by celebrated 19th and 20th century artists closely asscociated with Honfleur and the Seine Estuary, including Boudin, Cals, Courbet, Dubourg, Dufy, Jongkind and Monet. Also on display are drawings and paintings bequeathed to the town of his birth by Eugène Boudin in 1898 as well as fine religious pieces.
> Les Maisons Satie house a musical and visual treat of a contemporary museum, paying tribute to Erik Satie, the wonderfully lyrical musician and composer born in this very place in 1866.