Explore the beautiful harbor town of Honfleur with an afternoon group tour


... afternoon tour of Honfleur for only 60€ per person




  • Service operates Tuesday's and Thursday's
  • Maximum 15 passengers per shuttle
  • Informative, friendly and professional driver
  • Air-conditioned minivan
  • Free onboard Wi-Fi
  • Onboard audio visual system
  • 3 hours free time to explore
  • Highly rated on TripAdvisor
  • Featured in the Rick Steve's travel book
  • Best value Honfleur tour in Normandy
  • No minimum number of clients

This excellent service sells out fast. If you are thinking of booking, please don't leave it too late as you may miss out!

2017 Schedules - Operates from April until the end of September

Shuttle timings

If you are planning to take a train back to Paris after the visit to Honfleur, we will happily drop you off at Bayeux Station. We will arrive at 19:40 and the next direct train to Paris will depart just after 20:00 (please check the SNCF website for the precise departure time). 20 minutes is more than enough time to connect with the train as Bayeux station is very small.

Service Guarantee - no minimum amount of clients

Unlike many of the other group tour operators in Normandy, we ensure that all of our advertised services will run, regardless of how many clients are on board.

Whether we have one person or 15 people on board this tour, we guarantee that we will not leave you high and dry!

Check in at our booking office & coffee shop

Check in for this tour is available from 07:45. Our booking office and coffee shop is the first port of call for your tour, and our team is happy to welcome you.

Our coffee shop at the heart of Bayeux and is at 1, Rue Larcher, opposite the tourist office. We kindly request that you check in for this shuttle at least 20 minutes before departure.

Why visit Honfleur?

Come and discover the most typical and picturesque town in Normandy! A Military harbor during the hundred years war, Honfleur became a commercial harbor under Louis the 14th.

See the timber-framed houses dating back to the 17th around the old harbor.

Visit the famous Sainte-Catherine church: the biggest church in France made entirely of wood with a separate bell tower. This church was built at the end of the hundred years war by ship builders so the roves of both naves are made with the same techniques used for boat building.

In the Eugène Boudin museum admire the Claude Monet’s painting of Sainte Catherine’s bell tower and other beautiful masterpieces. Walk along the famous beach where Monet painted the very first impressionist painting, “Sunrise impression”.

Wonder in the old streets and stop in some of the art galleries to admire the creations of our local artists.