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Deauville Town Hall square
The square is situated in front of the Town Hall, built in 1880 according to the design of the Versailles architect Saintin, proposing a Beaux-Arts style building. After the World War II, the Municipality entrusted its “normandisation” to architect Albert Guy.
20 rue Robert Fossorier
Square François André
This square was built in 1945 in front of the main entrance of the Normandy hotel. Designed as a regional garden with apple trees, this area is divided by paths converging towards a bronze bust built in 1964 representing François André -founder of the Barrière group-.
Rue Jean Mermoz
Church of St. Augustin Square
In 1914, a square was built in front of the Saint-Augustin church, following the project made by architect Georges Madeline, to replace the customs building. Two perpendicular roads cross it and enclose three grass areas with pedestrian walkways. Each part is embellished by flower-beds, trees and local essences’ shrubs, and was combined in 1969 with non-native plants, including black poplars and Austrian pines.
Square Charles Roffé
This square, situated behind the André Malraux school, was inaugurated in 2013. It was created for children! It has spring riders, slides and playground castles… It’s the perfect place to have fun, but also to have picnics on the tables you’ll find here.
Route de Honfleur
Square Morchard Bishop
Square Morchard Bishop is a small green area situated close to the Saint-Gatien-des-Bois church. You can sit on a bench to take a break and enjoy. It was named after the city’s twinning with Morchard Bishop in Devon, England.
10-12 rue des Brioleurs
Square Pierre Wagone
The Square Pierre Wagone is the perfect place to play, enjoy and have a picnic. Free access to a multi-sport area and games (swing, spring games...) for any age.
Rue Jean Monnet
Saint-Gatien-des-Bois Council square
Situated close to the Saint-Gatien-des-Bois church, dating back to the 15th and 16th centuries, and in front of the 18th-century Town Hall, this shadowed square is ideally fitted. You can take a break sitting on one of the two benches of "Fauteuils en Seine" with a view of the church.
18 rue des Brioleurs
Square du Marais, Blonville-sur-Mer
Situated close to the Marshes of Blonville and the railway station, this square has two picnic tables to take a break after a walk through the marshes.
Avenue de la Brigade Piron
Square Jean Mermoz
Square Jean Mermoz is situated in front of the Tourism Office of Villers-sur-Mer, on the seaside. A vegetation dinosaur, symbol of the town, is placed here from June to November.
Place Jean Mermoz
Square Kiribati
At the Square Kiribati, situated between the tennis fields and the beach, you may have a break in the shadow of a pergola made of plants and flowers. Children’s games and benches are also available to let you enjoy this time.
Boulevard Pitre Chevalier
Villerville wash house square
The Villerville washing place dates back to the end of the 19th century, when the village developed with the influx of tourists arriving by train. This square, now including benches, is a flowered area where people love to meet, and is situated right next to the petanque ground.
Place du Lavoir
Square du Général Leclerc
Situated close to the Clairefontaine racecourse, this shadowed square is the perfect place to play petanque on one of the two large grounds or assist to the tournaments, sitting on the surrounding benches. Picnic tables are also available.
Avenue du Général Leclerc