The church, both inside and outside is very interesting. It's old and wooden. The inside is suprisingly spacious, but with some stained glass that makes it look unique. The visiting is not long, but interesting. It's hard to park right next, but towards the beach there is a street parking with more possibilities of parking.
Located in Vieux Honfleur near the Vieux Bassin, the Sainte Catherine church was built in the 15th century by the carpenters of the city's shipyards. It is a wooden building, coming from the forest of Touques, and not of stone, then reserved for the reconstruction of the fortifications, following the Hundred Years War. Only the foundations consist of brick and... 更多
Situated in the heart of this old town is the St Catherine's Church. It is unique amongst the other major churches in the region and broader France in that it is a timber structure.
Worth a visit for its wholly wodden, Normandy style. It feels like travelling in time, while the church keeps an unusually welcoming atmosphere.
This church was built in the middle of the 15th century and is considered to be one of the oldest churches in France. It is predominantly made of wood and once on the inside, it gives the appearance of a market under an overturned boat. Honfleur is after all a fishing town, situated at the estuary of the Seine river... 更多
Saint Catherine's is right in the middle of Honfleur, walking distance to everything. It looks like a Viking ship, very unique architecture.
The most beautiful brightly naturally lit and extraordinary structure with many fascinating features was the highlight of our brief visit to the ancient town.