A rich heritage in the heart of picturesque landscapes

Typical village of the "Pays d'Auge" in the Calvados department, located between the RN13 and the motorway A13, 13 km from Lisieux and 35 km from Caen.
détail Pays d'Auge
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of the "Pays d'Auge" region
From Paris or Rouen, access by motorway A13, exit : "la Haie Tondue".
Channel crossing by Ferry: Le Havre by the Normandy Bridge: 45 km away, Ouistream: 47 km away, Cherbourg: 2 hours away.
The "Côte de Nacre" with the seaside of Cabourg and Houlgate: 22 km away, Deauville and Trouville: 27 km away, Honfleur: 34 km away.
la Mairie de Cambremer
Town Hall of Cambremer:

Informations :

Town Hall of Cambremer:
tel. 02 31 63 03 36
Fax : 02 31 63 68 18
open every day from 10 to 12 a.m

Tourist Office of the Canton: 
tel. 02 31 63 08 87
E-mail : cambremer.si@wanadoo.fr 

Town Hall site : www.cambremer.fr

Point Info 14 click to see (in French)


l'église de Cambremer
Cambremer Church

Communal Partners:
- Grandouet : 40 inhabitants
- St Aubin sur Algot : 262 inhabitants
- St Pair du Mont : 46 inhabitants

Twinned Towns:
- Devon - England
- Bavaria - Deustchland


place de l'église
The Church Square

The Village:

- District County town of 1125 inhabitants with its 3 communal partners. 
The main village of the "Cider Route" in the "Pays d'Auge" region, famous for its "AOC Pays d'Auge" cider. 
The half-timbered house is the typical architecture found nearly everywhere amidst the apple trees in full bloom.



le cadran
"The Dial", a former horse relay
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- Early May: "AOC" Day (a celebration of locally produced products)
- An Old Fashioned Market takes place every Sunday morning during July and August
- Mid-August : Horse Festival
- Early October: St Denis Parish Feast


Created by Gilbert Guillotin  Photography by Gilbert Guillotin - copyright 1999/2002