Normandy Cider Route
To the east of Caen is the Cider Route loof for signs that say “Route Du Cidre”. Yes I know what you are thinking. You can do it when you are driving from Paris to Caen e Cider Route.
Look out for those signs posts criss-crossing 25 miles of trails connecting the villages of Pays d’Auge, Beuvron-en-Auge (one of the ‘most beautiful villages in France’),to Cambremer, Bonnebosq, and Beaufour-Druval.
Along the way, make sure you stop at the 20 or something Cideries and and Calvados distilleries along the way. Though I do suggest that you don’t take a sip at each and everyone of them if your driving!
On the Cider Route distilleries and cider farms are indicated by the sign: “Cru de Cambremer”.
The Route Of Towns
- Chateau de Breuil
Depending on where you are coming from is the order you will want to visit.
Of course there are hundreds more to visit that are not in this small circle we will share that with you in a later post stay tuned!
Past Road Trip Post Links
- Road Trip Normandy Calvados Region France
- Distillery Road Trip
- Flying Into Normandy
- Renting A Car
- Hotels In France
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Binyomin Terebelo, Master Distiller and Drinkologist
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