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Updated on May 3, 2021

The Tourist information offices inDeauville are closed until May 12. Travel advisers will nevertheless remain reachable from Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 13 p.m. by telephone on 02 31 14 40 00, by e-mail at and by chat via the site

The inDeauville territory charter

We seek to protect and enhance this territory while respecting environmental, societal and economic balances. What is important to us every day is to give meaning to our tourism: that it be a source of progress for you who visit us, for us who receive you. Also, it seems important to us - to share here commitments, convictions and projects.

Live inDeauville while respecting our values


A curfew is in place (except for exceptional reasons) until June 30:
- until May 18 from 19 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- from May 19 to June 8 from 21 p.m. to 6 a.m.
- from June 9 to 29 from 23 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Exceptional grounds on presentation of a certificate downloadable here *: travel between home and the place of exercise of professional activity or the place of education and training, professional travel that cannot be postponed; travel for consultations and care that cannot be provided remotely and cannot be postponed or for the purchase of health products; travel for compelling family reasons, for assistance to vulnerable or precarious people or for childcare; travel for people with disabilities and their companions; travel to respond to a judicial or administrative summons; travel to participate in missions of general interest at the request of the administrative authority; journeys linked to rail or air transits for long-distance journeys: short journeys, within a maximum radius of one kilometer around the home for the needs of pets.
People wishing to benefit from one of these exceptions must bring, if necessary, when traveling outside their home, a document allowing them to justify that the trip in question falls within the scope of one of these exceptions. 

Prohibition of gatherings on public roads.


Bars and restaurants remain closed until May 18, but some restaurants in the inDeauville territory are continuing their take-out service to order.
- May 19: reopening of hotel terraces and dining rooms exclusively for customers. Tables for 6 people maximum.
- June 9: reopening of indoor cafes and restaurants. Tables for 6 people maximum.
- June 30: complete reopening with normal reception capacity.

Takeaway meals

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Eat local

All the addresses to favor local products.
On open-air markets, only food businesses, businesses offering the sale of plants, flowers, seeds, fertilizers, seeds and plants of fruit or vegetable species as well as businesses offering the sale of books or records are authorized.
Alcohol consumption is prohibited on public roads.

Markets and local producers

Where to shop


Only businesses selling essential goods and services are allowed to open, according to a reinforced health protocol. Included are:
- bookstores and record stores
- DIY stores
- plant and flower shops
- textile stores,
- hardware stores
- hairdressers
- shoemakers
- opticians
- pharmacies and sellers of medical and orthopedic items
- chocolate makers
- garages and car dealerships and car rental companies
- vendors and repairers of bicycles, computers and telecommunications equipment,
- gas stations
- tobacconists and sellers of electronic cigarettes
- newspaper and stationery vendors
- banks and insurance companies
- funeral services
- laundries-dyers
- real estate agencies within the framework of visits to a main residence
- driving schools within the unique framework of driving lessons
May 19: reopening of all shops in accordance with gauges and protocols adapted to each place and activity.


Go to non-food businesses authorized to open
Our addresses here

Businesses not authorized to open but offering click & collect
Our addresses here


Playing sports

Sports (golf, tennis, horse riding, running, water sports, etc.), individually or in a club (supervised or not), is authorized: outdoors, in compliance with the curfew and within the limit of 6 people (educator included) in parks and public places. Clubs can bring together more than 6 licensees per slot, provided that a 2-meter distance rule is respected and contact is avoided.
The practice of sport in closed and covered facilities (except for people with disabilities, serious illnesses and for high-level athletes) and team sports or outdoor contact remain prohibited.
May 19: Outdoor sports equipment can resume their activity with a maximum of 800 people indoors and 1000 outdoors, and swimming pools for minors.
June 9: reopening of sports and wellness rooms and swimming pools

Tennis, horse riding, golf ...

The activities offered inDeauville here


Natural sites, parks, beaches ... inDeauville offers multiple opportunities to get away from it all and enjoy a moment of well-being as close as possible to nature.
Le bellevue - villerville dike - 800X600

Stroll inDeauville

They remain closed for the moment

- Bars and Restaurants
- Discotheques
- Thalassotherapy and Spas
- Casinos and Games rooms
- Sports halls and swimming pools
- Cinemas, Theaters, Auditoriums and Museums
May 19: Museums, monuments, cinemas, theaters and performance halls with a seated audience can resume their activity with a maximum of 800 people indoors and 1000 outdoors.
May 19 / June 9 (to be confirmed): reopening of casinos, initially from May 19 slot machines and electronic games with a gauge of 35% of their capacity, then of the entire game offer from June 9 with a 50% gauge.



In case of immediate danger: 17
Violence against children: 119 (or on the website
Domestic violence: 3919 (or on the website
Toll free number: info on the Coronavirus COVID-19, 24 hours a day, 24 days a week: 7 7 0 800
If you have difficulty hearing or speaking over the phone due to a disability, you can visit the open contact area dedicated to deaf, hard of hearing or blind people on the site.
> Get vaccinated: all the info on or by phone on 0800 009 110 (toll-free number open 7 days a week from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.).


If you have symptoms (cough, fever) that make you think of COVID-19:
- Stay at home, avoid contact, call your doctor before going to his office. If you don't have an attending physician, dial 09 72 72 99 09 (free service + price of the call, open 7 days a week from 7:8 a.m. to 30 p.m.). If your usual medical practice is closed, dial 18 116 (free phone number active throughout Normandy).
- If the symptoms worsen with breathing difficulties and signs of suffocation, call the SAMU (15) or send a message to the emergency number for the deaf and hard of hearing (114).
Screening tests are only possible on presentation of a prescription or the convocation of the CPAM or the ARS if you are in contact.