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Walk in Trouville-sur-Mer in Normandy

A walk to discover the charms of Trouville located next to Deauville.

Trouville is a seaside resort located in Normandy, it is separated from Deauville only by a small river La Touques. The visit of Trouville is quite simple, all the activity being along the docks and the beach. Do not hesitate to walk along the sea and to stroll on the quays on market days. It should be noted that Trouville is less chic than Deauville. You can couple the visit of Trouville with the one of Deauville on a weekend. Have a nice visit.

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Duration: 3 h.

The pier

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The pier
The pier runs along the river La Touques which flows into the English Channel. At the end of the pier, you will have a beautiful view of the beach of Trouville.

The beach seen from the pier

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The beach seen from the pier
The magnificent beach of Trouville-sur-Mer. It is huge at low tide.

The boardwalk

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The boardwalk
To avoid walking on the beach a wooden boardwalk was built in 1867.

Seaside villas

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Seaside villas
Most of the villas along the beach are beautiful. They were mostly built between 1865 and 1885.

The Montebello Museum

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The Montebello Museum
The museum of the city of Trouville is installed in the former villa of the Marquise de Montebello.

The interior of the museum

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The interior of the museum
The museum is dedicated to the history of Trouville and mainly to the birth of sea bathing. Of course there is also the inevitable (and dispensable) room dedicated to contemporary art. The entrance fee is 2E, you can visit it in 15 minutes!

The snake staircase

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The snake staircase
A nice name for a 100-step staircase that is quite ordinary.

View on Trouville

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View on Trouville
At the top of the stairs you can have a nice view of Trouville.

The fishmonger's

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The fishmonger's
The fish market is a beautiful Norman style building, there is also a market along the quays on Wednesday and Sunday morning.

Passage to Deauville

If you want to visit Deauville across the street you can take a ferry to avoid a long detour on foot.

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