Oldest seaside resort in Normandy Trouville is a dynamic destination popular. A picturesque fishing port and a bustling market. The Bridge of Belgians reveals one of the best profiles of Trouville. Side atmosphere: casino, restaurants, water sports center ...
Trouville is a charming seaside resort on France's Cote Fleurie ('The Flowered Coast'), in Normandy. Trouville is Normandy's oldest seaside resort, mostly built during early nineteenth century. It has a lovely fishing port, and plenty of attractive winding streets to explore. The beach is long, wide and sandy, making it the perfect playground for families with children. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing and water-sports on the beach, or try your hand at sports including horse-riding, tennis and golf. Just behind the beach is a long boardwalk, perfect for a morning or evening stroll, enjoying the atmosphere and the views. There is an open air exhibition along the boardwalk, showing famous posters of Trouville by graphic artists Raymond Savignac. If those whet your appetite for Trouville history, visit the Villa Montebello museum, housed in a nineteenth century villa.
Much of Trouville is made up of half-timbered buildings, like its neighbour Deauville, giving these twin resorts plenty of character. While Trouville is generally busy, with lots going on, it also has a relaxed, friendly feel. Foodies will love visiting the local restaurants, where you can feast on that day's catch. The town has a lively nightlife, with a casino, bars and nightclubs. The town hosts several annual festivals, including music and sports festivals. For a change of scene, head into neighbouring Deauville or explore the coastal paths and wild dunes. Come rain or shine, there is always something to do in Trouville.
We have two residences for Trouville with self catering holiday apartments. The two-star Les Tamaris residence has apartments for up to four, some with a sea view. It has its own gardens, and a private lane giving direct beach access. The three-star Le Beach residence has apartments for up to seven and a heated pool.
Holidays in Trouville are a chance to kick back and relax in one of France's prettiest areas. The resort has a special character and lots to see and do for all the family.
November: Trouville Antiques Fair.
December: Christmas market in Lisieux.
- Rally on the Côte Fleurie: motor sport.
- Villers sur mer Crêpe Festival: 3 free activity days for children with a circus day, street parades and screenings of cartoons, etc.
In March: Asian Film Festival at Deauville.
All services and shops available in the town centre (200 m from the Pierre & Vacances residence). Doctor's surgery and pharmacy: 300 m. Bank and bureau de change: 200 m.
The Côte Normande is a dream destination for family holidays or for short breaks in France. A visit to the Villa Strassburger in Deauville and to the Grand Hôtel in Cabourg are an absolute 'must' if you are holidaying on the Côte Fleurie, on the banks of the Seine and the Orne. Choose a holiday or weekend rental in the Pierre & Vacances Le Golf residence in Deauville and enjoy a range of activities including horse riding, billiards or walks. Don't miss the Benedictine palace in Fécamp or the Manoir de la Salamandre in Etretat, upper Normandy.