Calouste Gulbenkian Park

Chemin des enclos



  • Animals accepted


The “Domaine des Enclos”, situated close to Deauville, is an exceptional 33-ha park, acquired in 1937 by Calouste Gulbenkian (1869-1955), business man and aesthete at the same time, one of the greatest art collectors of the 20th century. He entrusted to Achille Duchêne the design of the garden he was dreaming about.
Seventy years after its creation, Le parc des Enclos - donated to the City of Deauville in 1973 - remains a magic place, an unknown cheerful aspect of a secret Deauville. But above all, the park has preserved the charm and beauty that his creator had given to it in ancient times, with a rare sensitivity.

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Access from Deauville (5 km away): take the Avenue de la République direction Blonville-sur-mer (D513). On the heights of Bénerville-sur-mer, turn left, direction: Mont Canisy. At the roundabout of the Town Hall, go straight ahead (Chemin des Enclos). At the end of the street, turn left. The park is situated 500 m to your left (parking in the field to your right).