Its primary purpose was to rinse the laundry after washing. It had an important social function as a meeting place for women, where they could gather and...Read more
Charming place oﬀrant a peaceful view of the Mue. In the past, the ladies of Bernières used to come here with wheelbarrows loaded with cloths...Read more
Today there are 3 of them, were former wheat mills with 2 and for some of them 3 turns (water wheels). Fed by the Moult, the last mill to have been in...Read more
Street lined with old large limestone farmhouses from Creully. Some of them show numerous façade anchors.
The house with the green shutters is a house that has had many lives. Once a bus station where the Norman courier company used to stop, this house was...Read more
Seat of the town hall since 1996, this édiﬁce was originally a hospice/hospital known as Le Chêne asylum. This asylum was built according...Read more
Directed by Serge Saint, self-taught artist. Tours of his monumental works are to be discovered:
It housed a pottery workshop in the 1970s. You can still see the kiln chimney along the façade.