City of Art and History situated at the mouth of the Seine, Honfleur immediately enchants the visitors by revealing its charming fishing and sailing port, its old picturesque narrow streets, and its old timber-framed or slate-fronted houses. A magnificent collection of buildings that have inspired numerous painters. The Vieux Basin quays, surrounded by typical residences, as well as the beautiful narrow streets lined with art galleries and workshops, are a great place for a wander. There's loads to discover! The Sainte-Catherine church is a magnificent wooden building of the 15th and 16th centuries. Opposite, the bell tower, which is curiously separated from the church, is home to religious objects. For those who love art, the Eugène-Boudin museum houses paintings and drawings collections of the 19th and 20th centuries.