Though the quaint Normandy town of Bayeux is famous for its Tapestry (really an embroidery) depicting William the Conqueror’s 1066 victory over the English, the town is remarkable for other reasons, including a wonderful open-air market and regional specialties such as Calvados and hard cider:

                                                                                                                                                                                        But for fiber lovers, the still-vibrant tradition of lace-making is reason enough to visit Bayeux. Read more about it on our travel blog, Rovings and Yarns!