What to do in Tourgéville ?

Tourgéville is a seaside resort with many facets. The Deauville-Clairefontaine racetrack, a renowned golf course, a bucolic beach, an architecture mixing Belle Epoque and neo-Gothic, a historical military cemetery dating from the First World War... Tourgéville is a great place to walk around.

What to do in Tourgéville ©Amélie Lefebvre
Amélie Lefebvre

The must-haves

Vibrate at the Deauville-Clairefontaine racecourse

What to do in Tourgéville ? The racecourse of Deauville-Clairefontaine ©Sandrine Boyer-Engel
Sandrine Boyer-Engel

For almost a century now, theDeauville-Clairefontaine racecourse has been living to the rhythm of the horse racing seasons! Its strength lies in its ability to host all three racing disciplines - trotting, flat and jumps - the only one in Normandy. Its charm lies in the Anglo-Norman buildings decorated with half-timbering. Its beauty is due to a hundred thousand flowers surrounding a marsh in the heart of the tracks.

Every year, some twenty race meetings are held there between mid-June and the end of October. The sporting exploits of the acclaimed champions are combined with numerous activities, from a guided tour behind the scenes of the racecourse to the Hippik Kids Village, where children are pampered. Whether you are a novice or a turf enthusiast, whether you are curious or passionate, this is a day-long show that you will experience intensely. Try it, you'll be back!

Enjoy the beach of Tourgéville

What to do in Tourgéville Go to the beach ©Amélie Lefebvre
Amélie Lefebvre

Separated into two communities, the beaches of Deauville and Tourgéville are nevertheless one. A few steps away from the boards, the beach of Tourgéville is bordered by the cobblestones of the Louis Delamare Promenadean invitation to stroll endlessly.

Successively, the dike runs along the Parc des Lais de MerA restaurant, then about thirty vintage cabins facing the sea; on closer inspection, other beach houses are hidden in the second line and give way to a courtyard. These are the oldest beach huts in Tourgéville, sporting a retro chic look. A little further on, after a stop at the playground, the tourist office building houses brand new colonnaded cabins. It is possible to rent them for the year from the Town Hall of Tourgéville.

Swinging at Amirauté Golf

What to do in Tourgéville ? L'Amirauté Golf ©Amirauté Golf
Admiralty Golf

More than 100 hectares, where 3 golf courses are spread out, only 5 minutes from Deauville. These simple figures make theAmirauté Golf a place of blossoming for any player wishing to practice his swing with a breathtaking view on the Côte Fleurie. On site, ponds, vast greens and sculptures enhance the 18 holes. What makes it unique? Its Parcours des Etoiles. An eloquent name for this course lit up in the dark when night falls. After a few shots, the clubhouse is the place to be for golfers to have a drink at the bar or lunch at the restaurant.

Contemplating the enigmatic Villa Mors

What to do in Tourgéville ? The Villa Mors ©Delphine Barré-Lerouxel
Delphine Barré-Lerouxel

A masterpiece of inDeauville architecture, the Villa Morsalso known as the Tour Carrée, has watched over Tourgéville for over a century. With a neo-gothic style, a limestone façade and a massive tower, this large villa amazes passers-by. Its name comes from its designers, the brothers Émile and Louis Mors, both engineers in automobile design. Closed to the public, one can nevertheless walk around it to photograph it from all angles and imagine the thousand and one lives it has lived.

Se percher dans les arbres à l'accrobranche

Que faire à Tourgéville ? Le parcours d'accrobranche ©Unsplash

L'accrobranche, c'est un peu comme jouer aux singes dans la jungle. Franchir les ponts suspendus, glisser le long de la tyrolienne, passer les filets, le tout perché dans les arbres comme un véritable Tarzan moderne. C'est une aventure palpitante à vivre à Tourgéville, où l'on défie les lois de la gravité tout en savourant des moments de pur plaisir en plein air. Alors, prêts à vous lancer dans cette aventure suspendue dans les airs ?

Remembering at Tourgéville Military Cemetery

What to do in Tourgéville ? The military cemetery of Tourgéville ©inDeauville

If it was created in 1918 in homage to the soldiers fallen on French soil, the military cemetery of Tourgéville also gathers the victims of the Second World War. Originating from England, Canada, Australia or New Zealand, 315 soldiers, sailors, airmen, prisoners and civilians are buried here. A moving place of memory, it is exceptionally well maintained by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

If it does not jump directly to the eyes, by approaching, one notes a certain particularity in the shape of the graves: some are rounded, others pointed. Why is this? To differentiate between British and German graves. Soldiers from both sides, in the same cemetery, a beautiful gesture of peace and a place of history not to forget.

The cemetery is open to the public every day, all year round.

See the Saint-Pierre de Tourgéville church

What to do in Tourgéville ? The church of Saint-Pierre ©Ville de Tourgéville
City of Tourgéville

The road splits in front of it to better see it. A large restored portal opens onto a gothic style nave, itself leading to a choir dating from the 12th and 13th centuries... It is a mix of styles that characterizes the beauty of theSaint-Pierre de Tourgéville church. As its name indicates, it is dedicated to St. Peter, considered to be responsible for the first church, and patronized by St. Anne, mother of the Virgin Mary.

> The hike to do: Tourgéville, on the land side - 7,6km.

Where to eat in Tourgéville ?

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Ask for advice

at the tourist office of Tourgéville

The team of Tourgéville - Bénerville-sur-Mer Tourism welcomes you:
  • Every day in July and August: 1:30 pm - 6 pm

Come to see us : Promenade Louis Delamarre (behind the first aid station), 14800 Tourgéville.

Contact us: info@indeauville.fr / +33 (0)2 31 14 40 00


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Tourgéville - Bénerville-sur-Mer Tourism

Getting to Tourgéville and around


The nearest train station is Deauville-Trouville, 3km from Tourgéville. It is served by TER trains and connects daily with the stations of Lisieux and Paris Saint-Lazare. 

Timetables and fares are available under this link. To book a ticket, go to the ticket office, on SNCF Connect or on Trainline.


The airport of Deauville-Normandie is located at approximately 10km from Tourgéville, in the commune of Saint-Gatien-des-Bois. To reach Tourgéville :

  • Bus line n°111 : stop"Tourgéville - Clairefontaine
  • Cabs : Sixt - +33 (0)8 20 00 74 98
  • Shuttles : TSC Normandie - +33 (0)7 81 21 60 35
  • Car : via D513 and D74 (10km - 16 minutes)


The ports of Le Havre and Caen, located about 40 km from Tourgéville, offer daily connections to Great Britain.

  • Brittany ferries : Caen-Ouistreham/Portsmouth or Le Havre/Portsmouth +33 (0)825 828 828 - www.brittany-ferries.fr
  • Crossing of the estuary by maritime shuttle (crossings from June to August) from Le Havre and Trouville-sur-Mer. To know more >>>


Tourgéville is ideally located between the sea and the countryside, with two freeways:

  • Paris-Tourgéville: A13 - 200 km, including 190 km of highway
  • Access A29 north to Amiens (20 km)

Paid parking at the traffic circle at the junction of Avenue de la Terrasse and Boulevard Cornuché. Free parking is available in the small adjacent streets.


  • Route n°111 : Caen - Cabourg - Deauville - Honfleur - Le Havre
  • Route n°112 : Touques - Tourgéville - Saint-Arnoult - Deauville

Further information: +33 (0)9 70 83 00 14 - nomad.normandie.fr.
Book tickets for all your trips at all Tourist Information Offices in the Deauville area.


All bike rental companies just one click away.

Tourgéville is a crossing point for the national cycle routes the Vélomaritime and the Seine à Vélo.

Finding your way on the map


Contact us:
+33 (0)2 31 14 40 00

Our tourist information offices :

Résidence de l'Horloge
Quai de l'Impératrice Eugénie
14800 Deauville
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Place Jean Mermoz
14640 Villers-sur-Mer
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32 bis avenue Michel d'Ornano
14910 Blonville-sur-Mer
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40 rue du Général Leclerc
14113 Villerville
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20 Place Lemercier
14800 Touques
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Promenade Louis Delamare
(behind the first-aid post)
14800 Tourgéville
See opening hours