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July 20, 2021

A media start to the inDeauville summer

In complicity with the inDeauville communication team and the support of its partners, journalists, photographers and cameramen crisscross the territory to offer their best discovered reports and suggest ideas for a stay. Some returns in pictures:

TF1 for the 13pm newscast

From July 12 to 16, TF1 put down its suitcases in our beautiful region to make people discover or rediscover every day places and activities to do and see inDeauville to viewers of the 13pm newscast.
Review these five reports "On vacation with you: Heading for the Côte Fleurie in Normandy", produced by David Bordier and Sébastien Maloiseaux.

Monday July 12: The cliffs of the Black Cow in Villers-sur-Mer, the Pôle Nautique de Villers-Blonville, the search for fossils on the beach with a mediator from the Paléospace.

 

Tuesday July 13: Visit of a farm in Douville-en-Auge and the Manoir d'Apreval in Pennedepie.

 

Wednesday July 14: Camping holidays in Houlgate and the 30th anniversary of the Sable Show Festival in Villers-sur-Mer.

Thursday July 15: horse riding at Haras de Sens in Beuvron en Auge, horseback riding on Villerville beach with the Ecuries de Bellifontaines and Sulky Experience.

Friday July 16: Villers-sur-Mer beach, between surveillance, coastline and sand castles, against the backdrop of seaside villas.

 

 

Living Paris side

In the last issue of Vivre Côté Paris, we discover a lot of things: the Archisable project which invites architects to create with sand, to the rhythm of the tides; the port, a new living district facing the estuary; photographs of artists in residence; artisans like Tony Mauger and an engineer Laurent Lecesve, cultivator of spirulina. We marvel at the new chalet on Deauville beach and the beautiful renovations with the Franciscaines and the Villa d'Eaux. The report was edited by editor Virginie Bertrand.

Vivre Côté Paris is a bimonthly magazine devoted to the art of living in Paris. It is part of the Côté Maison press group and has a circulation of 52 copies.

They also came to see us

Sanef 107.7 radio; the French media National Geographic and Le Figaro; the Belgian media Pagtour.net, Epochtimes.fr, La Semaine de l'Automobile and Plus Magazine; the "Normandy" travel guide from the German publishing house Michael Müller; influencer Pierre Vicario, author of the blog "Ma Vie de Papa Gay"; influencer Anna Volkenborn, author of the German blog "Blog Familie Motte"; five members of the Association of Heritage Journalists.

Living the inDeauville experience is also told through our thematic travel guides

Unearth the best brasseries, understand the seaside architecture, build your tourist itinerary through the eleven municipalities of the territory, find your corner of greenery to go green, indulge your passion for horses ... To always better help you prepare your holidays, the inDeauville brochures are available for download on our website wwww.indeauville.fr or in our Tourist information offices.

These "stories to share" are enriched with videos available on our Youtube channel which invite to meet the actors of the territory in their diversity. Watch now: our latest video accompanies story n ° 3 of our new heritage guide: "Sleeping in a villa". inDeauville, villas and mansions serve as a backdrop for pretty hotels. Terracotta tiles, half-timbering, chiselled balconies, majestic staircases ... are meticulously renovated.