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The most charming villages to visit in France

Love Exploring Logo By Gemma Prince of Love Exploring | Slide 2 of 37: Nestled between valleys dotted with apple trees and half-timbered farmhouses is the classic Norman village of Beuvron. Clustered around the restored covered market, the pretty pink brick or rendered plaster façades of the traditional wooden-frame houses recall Beuvron’s 14th-century heyday. At the edge of the village, farmland, manors and stud farms stretch out into the woods beyond, keeping the region's local traditions and specialities, including Beuvron cider and Calvados (an apple brandy) alive.

Beuvron-en-Auge, Calvados, Normandy

Nestled between valleys dotted with apple trees and half-timbered farmhouses is the classic Norman village of Beuvron. Clustered around the restored covered market, the pretty pink brick or rendered plaster façades of the traditional wooden-frame houses recall Beuvron’s 14th-century heyday. At the edge of the village, farmland, manors and stud farms stretch out into the woods beyond, keeping the region's local traditions and specialities, including Beuvron cider and Calvados (an apple brandy) alive.

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