Deauville

Deauville, lady of the seaside resort and the most glamorous French coast, symbolizes elegance, prestige and sophistication. Located only two hours from Paris, one breathes the luxurious atmosphere of the Belle Epoque in a traditional architecture of the old resorts of Normandy. In this setting, suitable for wellness and relaxation, Deauville also offers a wide choice of leisure (casino, thalasso-spa, golf, sailing, horseback riding, shopping ...). It attracts thousands of tourists, especially the Parisians because of its geographical proximity. Things to see and do in Deauville: the inevitable. Casinos, the beach, the hotels, those are the three major strengths of Deauville. For those who want to know a little more about the history of Deauville, do not miss the Villa Strassburger, the field of "Ferme du Coteau" sold by Gustave Flaubert in 1875 to Henri de Rothschild, who resells in the 1920s the American billionaire Ralph Beaver Strassburger,. -the Former laundry of Elie de Brignac center integrated in the room horse sales, this large old laundry load in time to wash the sheets of all hotels in the area. -The Shipyard Bernard Macario, built in 1920. -The villa charm is the house where the painter Eugène Boudin lived the last year of his life. Key events in Deauville. Deauville is a festival city, with of course the American Film Festival, visit American stars since 1975, and the Asian Film Festival, created in 1999. Deauville also hosts three major music festivals: A jazz festival entitled swing in Deauville, a classical music festival, the Easter Festival and a classical music festival for young talents in August. History of Deauville, cultures and traditions. In 1858 Deauville was a mere hamlet, Auguste de Morny, half-brother of Napoleon III, political and financial man on holiday in Trouville with his friend the




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