Harfleur : voyage dans le temps à l'époque médiévale avec la "Fête de la Scie"

Medieval festival Fête de la scie

The ever-popular Fête de la Scie is an unforgettable experience. It attracts almost 20,000 visitors and more than 60 craftsmen and women from all over France.

Long before Jack Lang introduced the Fête de la Musique (World Music Day), the Fête de la Scie featured music groups, brass bands and percussionists playing in the streets. They make for a colourful spectacle and a varied mix of sounds. Meanwhile, the rousing choruses of sea-shanties and the mellower notes of gypsy jazz alternately fill Saint Martin's Church.

As usual, the festival poster has been designed by a famous comic strip artist.