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At the water's edge

At Tourgéville beach

Tourgéville stretches lengthwise in the Augeronne countryside. At its northern end, this beach is very popular between Deauville and Bénerville-sur-Mer. The horses gallop there morning and evening. The sunset over the English Channel is majestic.

The essential

Villa Mors

This large villa surprises with its architecture of neo-Gothic inspiration. It was built in 1905 by the Mors brothers, Emile and Louis, both automotive design engineers, whose family business was famous at the start of the XNUMXth century for its success in racing.

Little story

Palestra Feminine

After the First World War, women freed themselves little by little and in 1919, the method of physical education of Commander Hébert, originally developed for sailors, was all the rage among women by the beach of Tourgéville! Called the Palestra Féminine, the "athletics" as they were called at the time were dressed in short tunics and devoted themselves to the practice of athletics, gym, boxing or wrestling.


Beginning of July : La Normandique, a great day dedicated to Nordic walking.
Mid-July : Urban Sports Day, a day of discovery of urban sports. There are BMX, freestyle skates, break dance, gaffers.

Rent a cabin

Next to the Tourist Information Office in Tourgéville are 10 new beach huts. Book in advance for the chance to rent one!
Tourgéville town hall


Access to the beach is via Avenue de la Terrasse and its perpendicular streets.
Paid parking at the roundabout at Avenue de la Terrasse and Boulevard Cornuché.
Free places are available in the small adjacent streets.
Access to animals is prohibited from 10 a.m. to 19 p.m. all year round.
Dogs are allowed on the promenade when they are kept on a leash.
The beach is monitored from July 1 to August 31 every day from 11:30 a.m. to 18:30 p.m.
First aid station located at the border between Bénerville-sur-Mer and Tourgéville.
In case of a problem, call:

Eat with sea view