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Deauville, chic and dynamic

Aptly nicknamed "Paris by the sea", Deauville is characterised by its dynamism. Known worldwide for its huge beach, its parasols, its racecourses, its casino and its American film festival, Deauville is the star of the Côte Fleurie. In an attractive Norman setting, the town offers a number of unmissable activities, be they cultural, sporting or relaxing.

Buying a second home in 


The seaside resorts of the Côte Fleurie continue to attract people who come to enjoy the charm of the Normandy seaside at only 2 hours from Paris, so the market is doing well. There is a strong demand for family flats with a sea view as well as for outdoor spaces, whether it is a flat or a house. Anglo-Norman villas with 4 to 5 bedrooms and a garden are still very much in demand, even if it means moving away from the centre of Deauville. The price of these villas is between 1.5 and 2.5 million euros.

The advantages 

of Deauville

Immediate proximity to the beach






Escape game


Equestrian Centre



Swimming pool

Car circuit

Going to 


By car

  • 2 hours from Paris
  • 3h30 from Lille
  • 1 hour from Rouen

By train

  • Trouville-Deauville TER station
  • 2h06 shortest journey from Paris
  • Departure from Paris Saint-Lazare station

By air

  • Deauville International Airport



 activities to do in 


  1. Treading the boards of Deauville
  2. Attend a horse show at the Touques racecourse
  3. Treat yourself to a relaxing break at the thalasso
  4. Play a round of golf at the Barrière Deauville Golf Club, recognised as one of the most beautiful in France
  5. Stroll through the elegant Norman manor houses of Deauville
  6. Eating a seafood platter facing the sea
  7. Take advantage of the huge beach to learn how to sail a sand yacht
  8. Visit the house of Eugène Boudin, the impressionist painter who made the Normandy skies famous
  9. Take a trip on the English Channel on a sailing boat
  10. Take a tour around Calvados, discovering all the secrets of this eau-de-vie

Discover the good addresses 

of Deauville

Augusto Chez Laurent

Historic fish/seafood restaurant with dark woodwork, nautical decor, baroque chandeliers and lobster tank. A refined menu that will delight lovers of fish and fine cuisine. 

27 Rue Désiré le Hoc, 14800 Deauville


Sun Bar

At aperitif time it is the ideal place with a beach area and deckchairs and a terrace with your feet in the sand. A friendly atmosphere to have a drink with friends or family.

Planches de Deauville, Lais de Mer, 14800 Deauville


Dupont with a tea

The pastry chef is Meilleur Ouvrier de France and Meilleur Chocolatier de France! We recommend his walnut pie which is reputed to be the best in the region.

20 place Morny, 14800 Deauville

The different districts of Deauville :

The town centre: this is obviously the liveliest district of Deauville. Organised around the Place Morny and the statue of its namesake, who was the founder of the seaside resort, there are many restaurants and shops as well as superb half-timbered buildings.

Les Planches: this district owes its name to the wooden walkway that runs along the beach of Deauville, which was created in the past to prevent the ladies from getting dirty. Straddling the beach and the shops, it is a very popular area.

The villas: at the back, this inland area is composed of medium-sized villas. Family friendly and quiet, it is a peaceful place to live.