Welcome to Deauville

The port town is 15km southwest of Honfleur, separated from equally popular Trouville-sur-Mer by the River Touques, which flows into the sea here. Deauville is hugely popular with denizens of Paris, who flock here year-round on weekends – and all week long from June to September and during Paris’ school holidays.

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Deauville activities

$233.38 Cultural & Theme Tours

Normandy Delights from Paris

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Etretat, Etretat, Seine-Maritime, Haute-Normandie, NormandyDiscovering the small town of Etretat followed by a scenic view on its famous hill. Duration: 1 hourStop At: Le Manoir d'Apreval, Pennedepie, Honfleur, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, NormandyA delightful Norman lunch at Manoir followed by a short introduction Cider making unravelling its secrets finished by a tasting. Duration: 2 hoursStop At: Office de Tourisme de Honfleur, Honfleur, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, NormandyExploring the famous Port of Honfleur with its hidden treasures. Followed with some free time for you to buy gifts and take magical photo shotsDuration: 2 hoursStop At: Deauville Beach, Deauville, Calvados, Basse-Normandie, NormandyVisiting Deauville known as the Queen of the Norman Beaches. Your guide will disclose all of its heritage and how it became this luxurious town it is today. This will be followed by a short stop of its beaches with its famous beach parasol. Duration: 1 hour

$99.55 Private & Custom Tours

Honfleur, Deauville, and Trouville Private Tour from Bayeux

After pickup from your Bayeux hotel in the morning, get ready for a full-day tour to Honfleur, Deauville and Trouville, three notable cities along the Normandy coast. As this is a private tour, you can customize your itinerary depending on what you’d like to do and see, and your guide will provide historical commentary along the way.Your first stop is Honfleur, across the Seine estuary from Le Havre, about an hour from Bayeux. Learn about this authentic town’s long and fascinating past, from Viking invasions to 16th-century seafarers up through the Impressionist movement, as you stroll down centuries-old cobbled streets toward the water. Arrive at the old port, a beautiful scene that has been captured by numerous artists including Impressionist painters Claude Monet, Eugene Boudin and Johan Jongkind. Other Honfleur highlights include the medieval remnants of Porte de Caen (Caen Gate) and St Catherine's Church, touted as France’s largest wooden church, which was built by Honfleur’s ship-builders after the Hundred Years' War. You can also walk up Côte de Grâce, a 10th-century pilgrimage site, for a wonderful view of the city and the impressive Normandy Bridge. Leaving Honfleur behind, make your way next to Deauville, a fashionable holiday destination for international travelers that's known for its annual film festival and horse races. Walk down the Promenade des Planches and admire the chic hotels and villas along the beach and harbor. You can also enjoy views from the Pont des Belges, visit the famous Deauville-La Touques Racecourse or test your luck at the Grand Casino.Your next stop is the traditional fishing village of Trouville, a popular tourist attraction that once attracted the artists and writers of the Belle Epoque. Wander the town, walk along the boardwalk, visit the covered fish market or get a restaurant recommendation from your guide — there are plenty of places to purchase a fresh seafood lunch or local specialties (own expense) such as galettes (savory crêpes).After your time in Trouville, hop in the minivan and relax on the drive back to Bayeux.

$108.69 Private & Custom Tours

Honfleur, Deauville, Trouville Private Tour, Pickup from Caen

You’ll be picked up from your Caen hotel by minivan in the morning for your full-day tour to Honfleur, Deauville and Trouville. As this is a private tour, you can customize your specific itinerary to your interests — simply let your guide know what you’d like to see.Head first to Honfleur, located on the Seine estuary across from Le Havre. Your guide will reveal this town’s long history, from the Viking invasions to the seafarers of the 16th century to today. Go back in time as you wander the narrow cobbled streets lined with half-timbered houses. Arrive at the old port, a picturesque setting that attracted many Impressionist painters including Claude Monet and Johan Jongkind. Imagine the ships of bygone seafarers, such as Samuel de Champlain, who left from Honfleur for his expeditions to Canada and founded the city of Quebec in 1608.See Porte de Caen (Caen Gate), the only remnant of Honfleur's medieval fortifications, and visit St Catherine's Church, one of France’s largest wooden churches, built by the city's shipbuilders just after the Hundred Years’ War.Before leaving Honfleur, walk up Côte de Grâce, a hilltop pilgrimage site dating back to the 10th century where you’ll get a great view of the city and the impressive Normandy Bridge. Next, make your way to Deauville, one of the most prestigious seaside resorts in France known for its horse races and international film festival. Saunter down the Promenade des Planches and along the harbor lined with nice hotels and villas, and ask your guide to take you to the famous Deauville-La Touques Racecourse or the Grand Casino. Your next stop is Trouville, a traditional fishing village that allured the artists and writers of the Belle Epoque and is now a popular tourist spot. Stroll the boardwalk, visit the covered fish market, and stop by a local eatery to purchase a fresh seafood lunch (own expense) or a galette (savory crêpe, a local specialty). After your time in Trouville, hop in the minivan and head back to Caen to conclude your full-day tour.

$367.64 Day Trips & Excursions

Small Group Normandy Food Tour from Paris

Normandy… everyone know this region for its rich history, from the Vikings invasions to D-Day , during WW2. Located about 2h30 north from Paris, this unique part of France can be depicted with green fields overlooking the sea where cows are peacefully eating fresh grass under the shade of apple trees. The region also boasts picturesque and flowery villages which, together with the magical landscapes, which makes it the cradle of the impressionist art movement, born in the 19th century with Renoir, Monet, Boudin…The region is renowned worldwide for its local delicacies, the most famous ones being made from local apples (cider & hard cider, called Calvados) and cheese! (Camembert, Livarot, Pont l’Êveque)Wine Passport’s tour will allow you to escape from Paris for the day and to enjoy the fresh air of one of France’s most beautiful parts! Our wine & spirits expert guide will pick you up in the morning and your hotel and will drive you safely to Normandy, while you enjoy freshly baked croissants. During the whole tour, he will provide you with fun anecdotes and information about the region’s delicacies. The first visit of the day will be a cheese factory. Discover all the processes needed to create Camembert, Livarot, Pont l’Êveque and taste the different cheeses!You will then visit one of the region’s best cider & hard cider producers. After discovering the distillery, located in a building with an architecture typical of the region, you will have the chance to enjoy its beverages paired with local delicacies during lunch.  The afternoon will be dedicated to the discovery of the Côte Fleurie (flowery coast), the region’s most beautiful landscapes. You will first have a walk on the mythical beach of the city of Deauville, also called “the Parisian riviera”, famous for its casino and all the celebrities who come during the international movie festival. Your next and last stop will be in the city of Honfleur, where you will wander through its romantic streets and enjoy delicious Normand “crêpes” on its charming old harbor that you will recognize from famous impressionist paintings.

$91.62 Cultural & Theme Tours

Retro excursion Great escape Deauville, Trouville and Honfleur

The ideal format to fully enjoy the charms of Normandy. Duration: 1h30 Itinerary : Deauville > Trouville > Villerville > Honfleur > Deauville or  Honfleur > Villerville > Trouville  > Deauville >  HonfleurYour Gentleman Sider will come and pick you from the place you want, in Deauville, Trouville or Honfleur.This trip may change according to your wishes and the traffic of the day. The price of 159€ is for 1 or 2 passengers /side-car Motorcycle If you are more than two passengeres you are welcome to book several side-cars at same time (ex : 2 passengers = 1 side-car minimum ; 3 passengers = 2 side-cars minimum) Ride through Deauville with a guide on a vintage motorcycle sidecarChoose from multiple tour options, with customizable themesSelect tours include hotel pickup or Champagne front of the Sea See more of Normandy and beyond on a full-day ride to the D-Day Beaches or the Cider Road

$70.42 Transfers & Ground Transport

Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to Deauville Private Transfer

Do not waste your time on public transportation or driving in traffic jams. Book a private transfer from the Charles de Gaulle Paris airport (CDG) to the famous resort, Deauville, with its beautiful sea and sand beaches, in a comfortable vehicle.When booking your transfer, add your arrival date and time, your flight number and your contact details. Your booking will be confirmed, and you will receive your voucher. On the day of arrival, your driver will meet you at the airport after the customs with a name plate. Your driver will help you with your baggage. You will be riding in a fully equipped vehicle as your driver takes you directly to Deauville.You will also receive a complimentary bottle of water and a journal. Book your transfer now to start your wonderful journey with a comfortable and less stressful transport from the city to the resort.