Port of Honfleur-Rouen

Honfleur, 
France
http://www.ot-honfleur.fr
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Honfleur, a small mediaeval town, reveals her riches to all those who take the time to look... Over 1.000 years old, always facing the sea and closely connected to its river, Honfleur has preserved many of its monuments. Today, nearly 3.6 million visitors come to Honfleur every year from all over the world, making Honfleur one of the most visited cities in France.

Veritable gateway to Paris and the ocean, the port of Honfleur has become one of the top destinations on the Channel-Atlantic stretch. The town has preserved its rich historic and artistic heritage with its picturesque streets, traditional buildings, museums, churches and monuments. Birthplace of Eugene Boudin, Honfleur is also recognized as one of the cradles of impressionism.

Located in the very heart of Normandy, Honfleur is the ideal port of call to discover the “must see” of our region: Honfleur of course but also Deauville, Giverny, the D-Day beaches, the Mont Saint-Michel, the Bayeux tapestry, the Alabaster Coast...

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