Offranville is best explored early in the morning, when the pink line of the rising sun appears to awaken the flowers in William Farcy Park. Its landscape gardens, with waterways straddled by a wooden bridge and lined with benches, offer an enjoyable respite. People go there for its heirloom roses and varied flower beds.
With a comfortable seat at Terrasse Gourmande, in the old 18th century cart house, it’s time to relax and enjoy simple, bucolic cooking. A little farther along, in the village’s oldest half-timbered house, Michelin-starred Chef Laurent Kleczewski demonstrates his creativity with regional products. His restaurant Le Colombier has made a name for itself in the world of fine dining, known for its friendly atmosphere and its harmonious cuisine, ranging from its creamy oyster soup with coriander and preserved lemon to its French veal chuck with a cream sauce to its turbot with fig shavings and a citrus sauce. A real treat for your taste buds.