Lunch at Le Bec au Cauchois

Set in lush Normandy countryside between Étretat and Fécamp, Le Bec au Cauchois restaurant is not an address you’d stumble upon. Instead, with a Michelin star and a formidable reputation built by chef and owner Pierre Caillet, this is a spot where foodies make pilgrimage.

The Shepherdess of the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel

When Stéphanie won a week’s holiday to a self-catering cottage in the Manche region of Normandy in 2004, she didn’t much like the countryside and the only exercise she got was during her commute through the Paris Metro. Today, her life as a shepherdess of the famous salt-marsh lambs in the bay of the Mont-Saint-Michel is a far cry from her former life as a graphic designer in Paris.

10 things to eat and drink on a cycling holiday in Normandy

Marmite dieppoise in Dieppe Legend has it this Normandy classic was created in the 1960s in a mariners and sailors’ tavern called La Marmite Dieppoise on the quays of Dieppe. The owner, Madame Maurice, was renowned in the region for her delicious fish dishes à la dieppoise (Dieppe-style). Named after the restaurant in which it…