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D. Strikethrough

At the water's edge

Bénerville-sur-Mer beach

No less than three beaches to explore: Lais de Mer beach on the border with Tourgéville, Garenne beach and Ammonites beach. La Garenne beach is the liveliest in season, with its pedestrian promenade and children's club. Ammonites beach, larger and wilder, runs along the Yves-Saint-Laurent promenade. It is named after the couturier who, in 1983, bought Château Gabriel where the great publisher Gallimard lived.

The unavoidable

The Batteries of Mont-Canisy

On the heights of Bénerville-sur-Mer, Mont Canisy offers a breathtaking view of the entire coast, from Ouistreham to Le Havre. This protected natural site can be visited for its flora and fauna and the remains of the Second World War.


Mont Canisy - 14910 Bénerville-sur-Mer

The Ammonites aid station

Because it has a little Californian air with its wooden structure on stilts, it attracts photo enthusiasts. It's even prettier at sunset!


The Lilo Z'enfants Park on the Garenne Beach is a haven of happiness for children who bounce, jump, roll, and laugh in its colorful and inflated installations.
Open from April to November from 10 a.m. to 30 p.m. during weekends, public holidays and school holidays.


Beginning of July : La Normandique, a great day of Nordic walking
Mid-July : Urban sport day, a day of discovery of urban sports on the promenade
July : the feast of Saint-Christophe and its fireworks


Access to the beach is via rue des Lais de Mer and its perpendicular streets (Avenue Saint-Michel Prolongée, Avenue Maréchal Foch, Avenue Victor Caillau).
You can park on Rue des Lais de Mer, Boulevard de Bénerville, Rue Pierre Roucher or Avenue du Maréchal Foch. Most parking spaces are free.
You will also find a semi-shaded parking lot on Avenue du Littoral, at the crossroads with Avenue du Général Leclerc, as well as a small parking lot in front of the Terrasse des Ammonnites, 16 boulevard de la Mer.
Access to animals is prohibited from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m. all year round.
Dogs are allowed on the Yves Saint-Laurent promenade when they are kept on a leash.
Each summer, 33 beach huts are available for rent per month or season from June 15 or September 15.
Bénerville-sur-Mer town hall:
The beach is supervised from July 1 to August 31 from 11:30 am to 18:30 pm at two places: the Tourgéville lifeguard station and the Ammonites beach lookout.
In case of problems:

Eat with sea view