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© Camille David

The Villerville dike, a cliff-side walk

450 meters long, the Villerville dike allows you to walk below the village built on the side of cliffs, along the beach at low tide or at the water's edge when the tide is high. First built in 1810 in wood to protect the lands that were sliding towards the sea, it was rebuilt in 1920 in concrete as we know it today.


© Patrice Le Bris

Walk on the boards of Deauville

It is one of the symbols of Deauville. The Planches were built in 1923. They run alongside the sea bathing establishment built the same year in an Art Deco style on one side, and on the other, the long white sand beach planted from April to September. just as symbolic multicolored parasols of Deauville. Made of exotic Malagasy wood reputed to be rot-proof, azobé, the Planks are originally installed over a length of 444 meters. They extend today, after successive extensions, over 643 meters.


The sea lice promenade to go to the end

At the end of the mythical Planches de Deauville, the walk continues to Tourgéville and Bénerville-sur-Mer along the promenade des lais de mer. Promenade Michel d'Ornano in Deauville, Promenade Louis Delamarre in Tourgéville and Boulevard de the sea in Bénerville-sur-Mer, whatever its name, this 1,6 km pedestrian promenade will take you to the end of the beach!


© Villers Tourism

The Villers-sur-mer breakwater, between sea and villas

The Villers-sur-Mer dike stretches for 800 meters between the Pôle Nautique Villers-Blonville and the Greenwich Meridian. Villers-sur-Mer is the first French city to be crossed by the Méridien. Symbolized on the ground by a line and a projection, the longitude at this location is exactly 0! On the one hand, the sea as far as the eye can see, on the other a row of seaside villas, built in the second half of the XNUMXth century.


Walk on the boards of Blonville-sur-Mer

This 880 meter long promenade allows you to recharge your batteries and admire the architecture of the seaside villas.