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Deauville: the pearl of the Côte Fleurie
Located on the Normandy coast, Deauville is a charming seaside town known for its pristine beaches, famous boardwalk, luxury hotels and casino. It's an ideal destination for weekend getaways, sea lovers and nightlife enthusiasts alike.
Deauville can be reached from Paris by car in around two hours, or by train in just over two hours from the Gare Saint-Lazare. Trains run regularly throughout the day, making travel easy and convenient.
Deauville beach is the town's main attraction. With its fine golden sand, it's the ideal place to relax and soak up the sun. The famous Deauville boards, a boardwalk on the seafront, icons of cinema and symbols of the famous Deauville American Film Festival, offer a breathtaking view of the beach and sea. The many colorful beach huts add a picturesque touch to the landscape. The town also boasts remarkable architecture, including Norman-style buildings, Belle Époque villas and luxury hotels. A visit to the Deauville racecourse is also a must, especially if you're a fan of horse racing.
Apart from the beach, Deauville is famous for its casino and lively nightlife. The Deauville casino is one of the largest and most prestigious in France, with impressive architecture and a wide variety of games. There are also plenty of bars, restaurants and nightclubs to keep you entertained all night long.
If you're looking for other leisure activities in Deauville, there's something for everyone. Depending on the season, you can enjoy water sports such as windsurfing, kayaking, paddling or jet skiing. Numerous sailing and surfing schools can teach you to master these sports.
For golf enthusiasts, Deauville boasts several internationally renowned courses, with breathtaking views of the sea and surrounding hills. For horse lovers, numerous equestrian centers offer lessons for all levels and horseback rides on the beach.
Deauville is also famous for its fish market, located in the town's harbor. Here you can find fresh fish, seafood, shellfish and crustaceans, all caught locally. An experience not to be missed by seafood lovers.
To discover the town's history, you can visit the Villa Montebello museum, which houses a collection of Deauville-related art and memorabilia. And the Eglise Saint-Augustin, a Roman Catholic church dating from the 19th century, has impressive architecture and magnificent stained-glass windows.
In terms of accommodation, Deauville offers a host of luxury hotels, including the legendary Normandy, which has welcomed celebrities such as Winston Churchill, the Prince of Wales and Coco Chanel!
But there are also vacation rentals and bed & breakfasts to suit all budgets.
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