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Deauville is a fashionable seaside resort in the Calvados département of the region of Lower Normandy in France.

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By train[edit]

The station in Deauville is Trouville-Deauville.

Deauville can be reached by trains from Paris, Lisieux and Evreux.

From Paris. Trains leave Paris Saint-Lazare station with the destination Trouville-Deauville. Whilst some services are direct Intercités Normandie to Deauville, most journeys will require a change at Lisieux where passengers from the service to Caen or Cherbourg will change and board the TER Normandie train to Deauville. The journey lasts about 2 hours. Prices begin at 33.30€ full price per adult single. Tickets may be as low as 15€ if purchased early. Out of rush hours, tickets cost 22.40€ for persons under 25.

Paris Saint-Lazare is a large station. Platforms are situated on the first floor; two floors above the métro exchange hall. Trains for Deauville are operated by Intercités Normandie and leave from the higher numbered tracks (20 to 27). Grandes Lignes platforms are found to the right of the building as you approach the tracks. Trains are listed by departure hour and show the final stop, trains for Deauville will have the destination Trouville-Deauville. The train's track number (la voie) is not posted until 15-20 minutes before departure, some times as late at 10 minutes prior to departure, do not panic if you arrive earlier than that and don't see your train's platform.

From Normandy. Deauville can be reached by regional trains (TER) from Rouen with a change at Lisieux. Blonville-Bénerville, Villers-sur-Mer, Houlgate and Dives-sur-Mer can be reached from Deauville; a weekend and seasonal service runs from Deauville to Dives-Cabourg.

Tickets may be purchased online at SNCF-voyage, at SNCF shops and on third party ticket websites. Electronic tickets (e-billet) can be kept at PDFs on your smartphone or printed. Tickets purchased from a machine or a ticket counter will need to bare a QR code. Ticket barriers have been installed at Saint-Lazare for intercity services, they are some times left open. If they are closed, put the code on the reader to open the barrier and proceed to your train.

Intercités tickets bought online can be kept as a PDF as they have a QR code. TER tickets bought online must be printed at ticket machines as the emai lconfirmation does not contain a QR code.

By car[edit]

From Paris and Rouen. Take the A13, then the A132 at Pont-l'Evêque and finally the D677. Upon arrival in the town, Deauville is to the left, with the town of Trouville, on the other side of the Touques, over the bridge to the right. To reach the beach, follow the road around left side of the harbour. There are several car parks by the beach.

From Le Havre. Cross the Seine over the Pont de Normandie then either take the D513 through Honfleur and Trouville for the scenic route or the A29, exit at junction 1 and follow the D579 then D74 whilst following signs for Deauville and/or Trouville.

From Caen. Take the D513 through Dives-sur-Mer, you will arrive in Deauville from the West, the beach and casino will be on the left. Both are sign posted as you enter the town.

By plane[edit]

Deauville-St Gatien Airport [2] is served by Cityjet flights from London City Airport and Régional flights from Montpellier.

A taxi from Deauville-St Gatien Airport to Deauville town centre costs around €20 and takes around 15 minutes.

Alternatively, bus 20 operated by Bus Verts [3] runs between Deauville-St Gatien Airport and Deauville town centre. A one-way ticket costs 1,70 € (adults) and 1,45€ (youth under 26).

By boat[edit]

There are visitor moorings for sea going crafts at the Deauville Marina. The marina protrudes from the shore behind Deauville secondary school. Town centre and Place Morny are reached in ten minutes by taking Rue Ollife. The beach and casino can be reached by walking out of the marina then walking to the right.

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See[edit][add listing]

  • Horse Racing - The town has two racecourses and is famous as a centre for horse breeding and racing.
  • Film Festival - American film festival every September.

Do[edit][add listing]

  • Beach - A wide sandy beach with beach huts (named after movie stars), a boardwalk promenade, cafes and toilets.
  • Casino
  • Les Planches Wooden promenade with cabins, each with an actor's name.

Buy[edit][add listing]

Many exclusive shops in the town centre; Louis Vuiton, Printemps, Eden Park, Hermès, Ralph Lauren, Lancel...

For cheaper shopping, try the adjacent town of Trouville-sur-Mer or the larger stores each side of the D677 on the way in to the town.

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Sleep[edit][add listing]

  • La Vie de Cocagne (La Vie de Cocagne), chemin de la Maladrerie, Bonnebosq, Calvados, 14340, france, [1]. checkin: 16.00; checkout: 10.00. Luxury gîte accommodation. 3 double bedrooms. Rent by the week or weekend / short stay. 1200.  edit


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