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Large second hand market on Cours des Fossés taking place on the second Sunday of the month.
Every Wednesday morning from 8.30am to 1pm.
This is the very heartbeat of life in Honfleur, and the appeal that brings its visitors from far and wide. This is the old port which is still operative and is surrounded by the crooked slate-fronted houses that typify the place. Full of art galleries and cafés in converted salt stores permanently busy with people taking in the splendour of it all.
Set in a 19th century chapel and is worth visiting for anyone with an interest in art. Permanent and temporary exhibitions are shown in 9 rooms. Open every day except Tuesday.
As unusual as it is interesting. A surreal tribute to the eccentric composer who was born in Honfleur in 1866.
67 bvd Charles V. Open every day except Tuesday.
The largest wooden church in France, built by the town’s shipbuilders in the 1460’s and a magnificent structure in its own right. Worth visiting to hear a choir sing amid wonderful acoustics.