Beuvron en Auge is one of 2 typical and extremely well-preserved Pays d'Auge villages (along with Beaumont en Auge). The indoor market has been restored using traditional methods and materials. Around the square, views of a 16th century manor house, 17th and 18th century half-timbered houses... A fine example of pure Norman-style architectural heritage. Awarded the title of "One of France's most beautiful villages". Beuvron en Auge is a must when following the cider route. Stop and enjoy a taste of its truly authentic apple juice or AOC quality cider. Take a stroll around the square and discover its artists' studios, dine at the Pavé d'Auge, the Pays d'Auge's Michelin star restaurant.
Beuvron-en-Auge preserved village