The Dives-sur-Mer market takes place every Saturday morning in a place full of charm: Les Halles. This covered market dates back to the start of the 15thth century.
Under the wooden frames, the traders come to show you the produce of the region of Calvados. The covered market also welcomes numerous other events during the summer season, like festivals and exhibitions.
Les halles de Dives-sur-Mer are part of the economic and historical heart of the town.
Do you feel like sitting down and having a good time? Don't hesitate to push open the door to the Cinéma le Drakkar. It shows films, cartoons and documentaries in French.
And for fans of original versions, a selection of films in the original language with French subtitles is on offer for you each week. If you want, you can book your seat online.
Located in Calvados, on the Normandy coast, the Cabourg Hippodrome is exclusively devoted to trotting. It is managed by Cheval Français, a major racetrack operator (Paris, Enghien, Caen, Vichy, Rambouillet, Vincennes).
In Cabourg, the race track extends over a 30 hectare area with a track of 1,200 metres in circumference. During the season, the race track
organises nocturnal races (Tuesday and Friday nights), and plenty of entertainment for horse enthusiasts.
In Normandy, the Cabourg casino resort, known as Kaz, is a veritable temple of entertainment. Managed by the Partouche group, the Kaz boasts 75 slot machines, gaming tables (boule, English roulette, blackjack, poker) and regularly organises special events and poker tournaments. This is a key location on the Côte Fleurie which also features live music, karaoke and DJs in the lounge bar.
Built in 1887 and 3.6 kilometres long, the Promenade Marcel Proust extends along the beach of Cabourg, often nicknamed the romantics' beach". It is one of the longest pedestrian promenades in Europe.
Admire the view of the Norman coast, as well as the pretty villas by the sea. Stroll at your pace and take in the fresh sea air. At your feet is the queen of beaches, in this renowned seaside resort, made popular in the Belle Epoque.