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The specialties of our region

Deauvillais parasols in one bite!

Eric Dufay put all his knowledge and his attachment to Normandy around a unique and gourmet creation: the Deauville parasols. Crunchy cookies mixing the flavors of the Pays d'Auge such as apple, caramel and salted butter; Deauville parasols are delicately stored in an exceptional box to offer, share or savor in secret.

Amazing! The parasol baking mold was created by an aerospace specialist!

Where to get it? 

Deauville Tourisme, Quai de l'Impératrice Eugénie 14800 Deauville

 

Deauville honey

To help curb the phenomenon of bee mortality - a species essential for the exchange of discomfort and the maintenance of biodiversity - the City of Deauville has installed hives in the most suitable municipal places.

Where to get it? 

Deauville Tourisme, Quai de l'Impératrice Eugénie 14800 Deauville

Deauville Market, Market Square 

Léonidas, 52 rue Oliffe, 14800 Deauville 

The cider of Villa Strassburger

JF. Lange

The astonishing Villa Strassburger has more than 190 apple trees in its gardens. In order not to lose their beautiful fruit, the villa decided to make cider. The apples are harvested, pressed and brewed on site.
The result ? A raw and not very sweet, very aromatic cider. Each year no less than 1000 bottles of cider are produced, available exclusively at Deauville Tourisme.

Where to get it? 

Deauville Tourisme, Quai de l'Impératrice Eugénie 14800 Deauville 

 

Martine Lambert's ice creams and sorbets

Martine knows how to melt with pleasure any gourmet of ice cream and sorbets! Coming to Deauville almost by chance to sell her creations on the beach in summer, it was in 1981 that she definitively set up her shop there. Martine has the taste and the demand for good products; she carefully selects local ingredients which she sublimates around fifty perfumes. Which one will you choose first? Almond praline? Tiramisu ? Or passion fruit?

Where to get it? 

76 rue Eugène Colas, 14800 Deauville

 

Petit Blonvillais with whole milk

These plain yogurts have the good taste of farm milk. Handcrafted, they recall the most beautiful and gourmet memories of childhood.

Where to get it? 

Ferme du Lieu Herpin, Carrefour des Forges de Blonville-sur-Mer, 14950 Saint-Pierre-Azif

Crèmerie Normande, 31 rue Michel d'Ornano, 14640 Villers-sur-Mer 

 

Benefactor green algae

First consumed in Mexico by the Aztecs, spirulina develops naturally in several freshwater lakes. It was only in the 60s that it became known in the West, thus starting its export and production in the basin. Far from the large spirulina industries, it is in the Eco-Domaine de Bouquetot that Akal Food has chosen to set up to produce artisanal spirulina in a reasoned manner in permaculture. Spirulina is an excellent source of vegetable protein, iron, iodine and pro-vitamins A in addition to being alkaline. Come and taste this green gold in all its forms: in powder, glitter but also in the astonishing Spirtonic formula (with guarana, acerola, and spices) to gain vitality and boost. To be enjoyed in apple juice, or in snack bars to take anywhere.

Where to get it? 

Eco-domaine du Bouquetot, chemin des Broches, 14950 Saint-Pierre-Azif

Nature et Gourmandises, 24 rue du Maréchal Foch, 14640 Villers-sur-Mer 

Deauville Tourisme, Quai de l'Impératrice Eugénie 14800 Deauville 

 

Back to childhood with Les Bâtons caramels

Stypix

Made in Tourgéville by Edward Van Houtte, chocolatier-confectioner, and Pierre, his brother, these stick-shaped caramels are gourmet and delicious. This dynamic and meticulous duo has brought up to date the tender caramels, made with ultra fresh products, with three signature scents: fleur de sel, tonka bean and passion fruit. Other new flavors are added over the seasons.
To let all the aromas of these sweet treats develop: let them melt in the mouth, chew them in small pieces or even dip them in coffee!

Where to get it? 

Deauville Tourisme, Quai de l'Impératrice Eugénie 14800 Deauville

 

The beautiful Bel Orge mousse

Benoît Boisanfray has always been immersed in the world of brewing, his grandfather was a brewer in Pas-de-Calais. Since 2017, he brews with love, passion and respect for raw materials no less than four beers in his Bel Orge micro-brewery. Having the Organic Agriculture (AB) label sounded obvious to Benoît who also tries to use the most local ingredients possible. Its beers are inspired by traditional British beers, less sweet than its Belgian cousins, and very aromatic. Subtle blonde with 3 cereals, Light white with a touch of coriander, Round and powerful amber or Smooth black, choose the one that suits yout!

Where to get it? 

Brasserie Bel Orge, Craft area, 6 rue des Grives, 14640 Villers-sur-Mer

 

Frosted know-how at Atelier de Luc

Luc is a master glacier whose ice cream warms hearts. He elaborates the recipes and makes his ice creams and sorbets with real seasonal fruits and whole milk for more flavors! The biscuit cones will make you melt with pleasure, in particular the mint and chocolate cup which is both delicious and refreshing.

Where to get it? 

1, place Tivoli / 72 rue des Bains, 14360 Trouville-sur-Mer

 

Fruits, vegetables and products from the château's farm

A family farm that cultivates organically and has been selling its produce for more than 40 years every evening, in its shop under the castle. 

Where to get it? 

La Ferme du Château, rue du Général Leclerc, 14113 Villerville

 

Fruits and vegetables from Domaine des Roches Noires

We work there in permaculture, under the Organic Agriculture label. Fruits and vegetables are grown by the sea using the living soil technique. 

Where to get it? 

Ecological domain of Roches Noires, 36 bis route du Littoral, 14113 Villerville

 

La Ferme du Lieu Bill

Fruit juices, ciders, pommeaux, perries, Calvados, Calvados cherries from the Ferme du lieu Bill, a typical cider farm, carried out in organic farming. 

Where to get it? 

Le Lieu Bill, 14910 Blonville-sur-Mer