Honfleur is a large village (commune) in Calvados (Normandy) on the Seine estuary. From there it is a short drive to the magnificent Pont du Normandie. The village itself is a very attractive inlet, with a basin, surrounded by cafes and restaurants. The cobbled streets are narrow and winding and not too easy to navigate by car, but the basin is where one would want to stop anyway.
Some views of Honfleur –
There are a number of fascinating old buildings and churches to wander round, plus some shops and souvenir displays. We bought some named-soup-dishes from one such outlet.