Some scenes from the British TV series “The Darling Buds of May” were filmed in the charming commune of Saint-Pierre-en-Port, nestled in Normandy, France. This picturesque location added a touch of continental allure to the series. Specifically, in the episode “A Breath of French Air: Part 1,” viewers enjoyed the Larkin family’s delightful escapade in France. During this episode, they savored their holiday at a quaint pension managed by Mademoiselle Dupont. Using this French setting undoubtedly contributed to the show’s unique appeal. It’s an intriguing example of how TV shows can transport their audience to different worlds by utilizing real locations.