Near La Hérissonnière (5-10 kilometers)
- Saint Aubin de Bonneval: one of the only two half-timbered churches in Normandy.
- Orbec and its half-timbered houses, its old mansions, its church and its chapel.
- The source of the Orbiquet river at the Folletière Abenon, one of the main ones in France by its flow.
- The village of Camembert and the house of Marie Harel which can be visited in summer.
- The Pays d’Auge: the heart of Normandy with its multitude of manor houses, each one more varied and original than the next, and its traditional landscapes, in keeping with the clichés that people have of Normandy.
In the area of La Hérissonnière (10-50 kilometres)
- Lisieux, its cathedral, its basilica and its pilgrimage of Saint Theresa.
- The Haras du Pin, the country of the Lady of Camellias and the Countess of Segur.
- The fortress-castle of Falaise, birthplace of William the Conqueror.
- The memorial of Montormel, the high place of the battle of Normandy.
- Parks and gardens: the Crouttes priory, the Pays d’Auge gardens in Cambremer, the gardens of the castles of Canon, Vandoeuvre and the Champ de Bataille.
- The charm of a countryside rich in memories, anecdotes, prestigious or confidential monuments, traditions such as the pilgrimage to Préaux-Saint-Sébastien every Whit Monday or the stupa processions in Aubry-le-Panthou.
A little further from La Hérissonnière (50-80 kilometres)