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Where to see villas?

Most of the constructions resulting from the creation and development of seaside resorts, in particular villas, are today private. Some of them, converted into hotels, reception rooms, information offices, visit sites, etc., however, are open to passing visitors and continue to bear witness to their history.

Taking the time to wander the streets and look up remains the best secret to discovering their architectural peculiarities. They are visible everywhere, even if some routes have the privilege of having more than others! Some clues? Take the following streets:
- in Bénerville-dur-Mer: Avenue du littoral, Rue de lais de mer
- in Blonville-sur-Mer: Rue Hoinville, Rue Avézard, Avenue Beauséjour, Avenue Michel d'Ornano (towards Villers-sur-Mer)
- in Deauville: Rue Jacques le Marois, Boulevard Cornuché (opposite the André Maurois college-high school and on the sea side), Avenue du Général de Gaulle, Rue Robert Fossorier, Rue Olliffe
- in Tourgéville: Rue d'Ivy, Avenue de la Terrasse
- in Villers-sur-Mer: Rue des Foulans, Rue des Muttes, Rue des Bosquets, Rue Pasteur, Rue des Tamaris
- in Villerville: Rue des Bains, Allée du Jardin Madame


Please note: the villas are subject to the right to property and privacy, always respect people and property when you visit.