Small village of just over one hundred and thirty people, Barneville-la-Bertran takes place in the Calvados, Normandy region. At the heart of the Pays d'Auge, it lies five kilometers from Honfleur, and a dozen kilometers from the famous beaches of Deauville.
Quite old, the common Barneville-la-Bertran is named after the family of nobles who were there at the time of the High Middle Ages, and the Scandinavian. Rich architecture typical of this part of the Normandy countryside, the village reveals wonderful timbered houses, and some other monuments of great interest.
In nature, the site has a beautiful architectural appeal, and hiking trails that are not lacking in charm. The ideal location of the village of Barneville-la-Bertran allows a good starting point for exploring the countryside and the Normandy coast.