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        Visit Deauville !

        Internationally known for its horseraces, its American Movie Festival, its casino, its high-class hotels, Deauville is the must-see city of la Côte Fleurie.

        Take a walk along Deauville’s mythical Planches where colourful parasols stand infinitely. Let yourself be seduced by its streets with timbering buildings, houses and villas, representative of the Norman architecture.

        Delight a coffee on the terraces of the Place Morny and relax.


        Visit Trouville !

        One of the seaside of Côte Fleurie, Trouville is well-known for its fishing port and its fishmarket which is classed as an Historical Monument since 1922. But Trouville Is also proud of its casino near the seaside, its villas, its beaches, and streets which inspired Dumas, Boudin or Monet. Take some time to visit the Villa Montebello, to enjoy some seafood on the port, and to participate in an excursion on a stand-up paddle on the Touques.


        Visit Honfleur !

        Honfleur is, without any doubts, the city of painters and impressionism.

        From the chapel Notre Dame de Grâce, you will enjoy one of the most amazing panoramas of the region. Its Church Sainte-Catherine, built in wood, will remind you of the hull of a ship.

        A walk through its Naturospace will let you discover dozens of living tropical butterflies, and its mythical port where habitations, restaurants, art galleries and boats highlight the historical and artistical heritages.

        Come, and discover the landscapes which inspired Monet, Boudin and Corbet along the estuary of the Seine.


        Visit Etretat !

        Etretat is certainly a must-see in Normandy: True inspiration to many painters, photographers as well as cineastes, the singularity of its landscape seduced many. Why not you too? Enter the spirit of Arsène Lupin just for a moment during a walk on one of the paths of the cliff, or during a swimming on the pebble beach. Let yourself be transported by the majesty of this wild and natural beauty.

        Pays d’Auge

        Visit le Pays d’Auge !

        Spread on the departments of Calvados, Orne and Eure, le Pays d’Auge is a natural region, symbolic of Normandy. Birthplace of Norman nectars which are calvados and apple cider, as well as cheese as such as Camembert, Livarot, Pont-l’Evêque, le Pays d’Auge is known for its unique gastronomy.

        True place of art and history, reconnect with nature during a walk on one of the paths along the River Touques, as well as on the seaside by walking through Les Planches of Deauville, along the beaches of Cabourg or on the port of Honfleur.

        D-Day beaches

        Visit the D-Day beaches !

        Place of tribute to the warriors who freed France during the WWII, the D-Day beaches of the 6th June 1944 are presently still visited by millions of tourists each year. From the American cemetery of Omaha Beach to the artificial harbour of Gold Beach, travel along Côte de Nacre and retrace history through the five beaches of Ouistreham, Courseulles-sur-Mer, Arromanches, Colleville-sur-Mer and Sainte-Marie-du-Mont.


        Visit the Mont-Saint-Michel

        Built on a small rocky island, the Saint Michel’s Mount and its bay are part of the UNESCO World Heritage. Between its picturesque streets, its abbey overhanging the rock, its promenades in the quicksand, the Mount has many surprises to offer. Becoming an island again during spring tide, take the opportunity to discover a fascinating show held by Mother Nature thanks to the stunning view on its ramparts. This scenery will be – without any doubts – a once in a lifetime experience which will provide unforgettable memories.