Marvellous little town full of character and atmosphere. Take a leisurely stroll round the ramparts then back into the town for a refreshing beer in the main square at the Diplomat, the Douglas or if you want to eat, The Paloma. Or you could sit outside The Victor Hugo or The Gambetta in the Place Gambetta and admire the architecture of the Saint Saulve and The Hotel Dieu.
Fellow visitors are mostly British , Dutch , Belgium and a few Germans. Note, the Brits are not of the 'chav boozecruiser' variety. The loudest you get is a crowd of retired middle class golfers trying to outdo one another with tales of derring do on the fairways while their wives get stuck in to the chardonnay.
For a more refined evening meal experience try The Patio, The Darnetal or The Clos des Capuchin.
Yes I am a great fan of the town and have been comng here for over ten years.