Story 1: Seeing the sea

Story 1: Seeing the sea
Sunset in VillervilleTown of Villerville

The six beaches along the inDeauville territory
each have their own atmosphere.
Family, steep, sporty, scientific or Californian...
they all have their own identity. The colors and shapes of the beach umbrellas
as well as the cabins differ from one to the other,
renewing each day the decoration of the vacations.
Common point: the surveillance of bathing water is maximal.
In addition to the national surveillance conducted by the Regional Health Agency,
samples are taken every day from June to September.

In Villerville

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The narrow and colorful streets of Villerville lead down to the sea and its three beaches: the Grand Bec beach to the west, where you can see the steep cliffs of the Roches Noires - Pointe du Heurt at low tide, the Graves beach in the center and the Bains beach to the east.

 

→ Unmissable

  1. The Parc des Graves which overlooks the eponymous beach with its pedestrian paths, picnic tables and playgrounds.
  2. The cliffs Falaises des Vaches Noires - Pointe du HeurtThe Black Rocks cliffs, 4 km of clayey cliffs which border the coast.
The Villerville dike, a stroll along the cliffsideTown of Villerville
The Villerville dike ©Ville de Villerville

The beach of Villerville

In Deauville

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Two kilometers of beach, 450 umbrellas, 450 cabins, sports fields, a kids' club, a leisure park, 22 shops: Deauville beach has something for everyone. Immortalized by Claude Lelouch in the film"Un homme et une femme", its decor of Art Deco cabins seduces lovers, vacationers, bathers, athletes, horsemen and jockeys all year round.

 

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  1. Rent a bathing cabin or a parasol.
  2. Along the promenade des Planches and its Art Deco ambience (1923): the lices are marked with the names of directors and actors invited each year to the American Film Festival. And it's been going on since 1975!
  3. Watch the spectacle of the horses who come to relax here early in the morning or at sunset.
The Boards of DeauvilleAmélie Lefebvre
Les Planches de Deauville ©Amélie Lefebvre

The beach of Deauville

In Tourgéville

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This village stretches out in the Auvergne countryside. At its northern end, its very popular beach. The sunset is majestic.

 

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  1. The Villa Mors The Villa Mors : this large villa with its neo-gothic architecture dominates the beach. It was built in 1905 by the Mors brothers, automobile engineers famous for their racing success.
Tourgéville's beach cabinsAmélie Lefebvre
Tourgéville beach ©Amélie Lefebvre

The beach of Tourgéville

In Bénerville-sur-Mer

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Here, no less than three beaches are to be explored: the Lais de Mer beach at 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.

 

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  1. The Ammonites aid station with its Californian air. Also worth seeing at sunset.
Californian ambience at Bénerville-sur-MerAmélie Lefebvre
The beach at Bénerville-sur-Mer ©Amélie Lefebvre

The beach of Bénerville-sur-Mer

In Blonville-sur-Mer

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Accessible from downtown, the beach at Blonville-sur-Mer is lined with small planks that border a children's club and a sailing club. White cabins and white and blue umbrellas are rented in front of breathtaking beach villas. Further along, Goblins Beach becomes wilder. It is the starting point to the Marais de Blonville-Villers and its nature walks, then Villers-sur-Mer where another story begins.

 

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  1. The beach club for children, an institution for 70 years!
  2. The Marsh of Blonville-VillersA protected natural area with a rare and diversified fauna and flora.
The beach of Blonville-sur-Mer, bordered by seaside villasBab XIII
The beach of Blonville-sur-Mer, bordered by seaside villas ©Bab XIII

The beach of Blonville-sur-Mer

In Villers-sur-Mer

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This time, we're at the center of the world! The first French town to be crossed by the Greenwich Meridian, the long beach bears witness to the Belle Époque with its picturesque villas. Its special feature: the Falaises des Vaches Noires, a geological curiosity dating back to the Jurassic period. For those less keen on history, the beach is the venue for numerous events and sports tournaments all summer long.

 

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  1. Beach cabins, available for hire in summer.
  2. The carousel and its mounts adored by children.
  3. The Greenwich Meridian materialized by an esplanade. Here, the longitude is exactly 0!
Waterfront in Villers-sur-MerDelphine Barré-Lerouxel
Waterfront in Villers-sur-Mer ©Delphine Barré-Lerouxel

The beach of Villers-sur-Mer

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Our tourist information offices :

DEAUVILLE TOURISM
Residence de l'Horloge
Quai de l'Impératrice Eugénie
14800 Deauville
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VILLERS-SUR-MER TOURISM
Place Jean Mermoz
14640 Villers-sur-Mer
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BLONVILLE-SUR-MER TOURISM
32 bis avenue Michel d'Ornano
14910 Blonville-sur-Mer
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VILLERVILLE TOURISM
40 rue du General Leclerc
14113 Villerville
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TOUQUES TOURISM
20 Place Lemercier
14800 Touques
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TOURGÉVILLE TOURISM
Promenade Louis Delamare
(behind the first aid station)
14800 Tourgéville
See the opening hours