Postcard of the Côte Fleurie, the seven beaches of the territory follow one another, from Villers-sur-Mer to Villerville. Each one has its own atmosphere.

Delphine Barré-Lerouxel

Bénerville-sur-Mer, the Californian

Here, there are no less than three beaches to explore: the Lais de Mer beach, on the border with Tourgéville, the Garenne beach, the liveliest in season, and the Ammonites beach, wilder which allows to reach Blonville-sur-Mer at low tide.

Bab XIII photographer

Blonville-sur-Mer, the children's paradise

Accessible from downtown, the beach at Blonville-sur-Mer is lined with small planks that border a children's club and a sailing club. You can rent all-white cabins and white and blue umbrellas in front of breathtaking beach villas. Further on, the Goblins beach becomes wilder. It is the starting point to the marsh and its nature walks and further Villers-sur-Mer.

Etienne Chognard

Deauville, the romantic

Two kilometers of beach, 450 umbrellas, 450 cabins, sports fields, a children's club, a leisure park, 22 shops: Deauville beach has something for everyone. Immortalized by Claude Lelouch in the film "A Man and a Woman", its Art Deco cabins seduce lovers, vacationers, swimmers, sportsmen, horsemen and jockeys all year long.

Paloma Gabet

Tourgéville, the bucolic

Tourgéville stretches out in the Auvergne countryside. At its northern end, this beach is very popular between Deauville and Bénerville-sur-Mer. Horses gallop there morning and evening. The sunset on the English Channel is majestic.

Kévin Thibaud

Trouville, the nautical

From the pier to the yacht club, multiple atmospheres intermingle for a moment of idleness, sport, family or lovers. The beautiful villas line the beach and are planted there with their feet in the sand while contemplating the sea. On the boards, the names of the artists linked to Trouville, present on the benches that run along the promenade.

Naïade Plante

Villers-sur-Mer, the paleontological

Here, we are at the center of the world! The first French city to be crossed by the Greenwich Meridian, the long beach also bears witness to the Belle Epoque with its picturesque villas.
Its particularity: the Falaises des Vaches Noires, a geological curiosity dating from the Jurassic period. The beach is also the site of numerous events and sports and leisure tournaments every summer.

Pierre Moquet

Villerville, the wild one

The narrow and colorful streets of Villerville, a picturesque village of character, lead down to the sea and its two beaches: the Graves beach to the west and the Bains beach to the east. The latter is not accessible at high tide, but you can walk along the dike that overlooks it and observe the steep cliffs Falaises des Vaches Noires.


Contact us:
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Our tourist information offices :

Résidence de l'Horloge
Quai de l'Impératrice Eugénie
14800 Deauville
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Place Jean Mermoz
14640 Villers-sur-Mer
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32 bis avenue Michel d'Ornano
14910 Blonville-sur-Mer
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40 rue du Général Leclerc
14113 Villerville
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20 Place Lemercier
14800 Touques
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Promenade Louis Delamare
(behind the first-aid post)
14800 Tourgéville
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