The Calonne River and the surroundings


The Calonne River


The source of theCalonne River is in Fontaine-la-Louvet (Eure department). It then flows down to Saint-Aubin-de Scellon, Bailleul-la-Vallée, Asnieres, Saint-Pierre-de-Cormeilles, Cormeilles, Bonneville-la-Louvet, Les Authieux-sur-Calonne, where it marks the borders of Saint-Andre-d’Hebertot, and beyond to Saint-Julien-sur-Calonne and Surville. Finally it flows into the river Touques in Pont-l’Eveque.This very picturesque river is well known to the trout fishermen.




The washing Place


Meadows along the Calonne









Grazing horses


Cows and apple-trees in bloom




The « Pays d’Auge » is a privileged part of Normandy. It includes parts of three Departments : Eure, Orne and Calvados, and is an area of green valleys, all the charm of the Normandy landscape : traditional half-timbered cottages, meadows for cattle and horses, woodland, streams (douets), and apple orchards for the production of cider and Calvados.






It is a quiet and peaceful country where living is very pleasant. It has many resources to offer, tourism, culture and sport, not to mention its proximity to the sea.




Les Authieux at dawn