The cradle of great families
A stronghold in the time of the Duchy of Normandy, it remained in the possession of an illustrious family of the French nobility for several centuries: the Montmorency. In the 1948th century, it was the birthplace of artist Jacques Villon (cubism and abstract impressionism). In XNUMX, it seduced the famous chocolatier Michel Cluizel, who set up his factory there, which still operates today.
The visit allows you to discover the feudal motte, the church which marks the transition between the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the hall rebuilt in 1859, the post office now occupied by a restaurant and streets with enigmatic names like the street from the hole to the cat ...
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes.
Prices: € 4 / person. Free - 12 years old. Group rate on request.
Good to know: walking tour in a continuous standing station. Visitors equipped with audiophones for large groups.
Discovery of the village to be extended by a visit to the Chocolaterium (Cluizel manufacture).
Guided tour organized by the Normandy Sud Eure Tourist Office on dates scheduled by the Tourist Office (see our agenda) or on request for groups or individuals (determine the day and time that suit you subject to availability of the guide).
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