Villas, casinos and prestigious hotels: the great wealth and diversity of the Côte Fleurie coast's seafront heritage is best admired by raising your gaze. Take a journey through the various artistic movements since the 1850s as you stroll through this picturesque and emblematic coastal setting.
Three finest seafront villas
The Grand Hôtel de Cabourg
Its splendidly elegant style, so characteristic of the Belle Époque, dates back to 1907. Marcel Proust was particularly fond of the hotel's room 414, where he regularly stayed: he even mentions it in his famous novel In Search of Lost Time.The Grand Hôtel de Cabourg ›
Construction of this splendid property was commissioned by Henri de Rothschild, on a plot of land that once comprised a farm belonging to Gustave Flaubert's family. It was acquired in 1924 by the American billionaire Ralph Strassburger, then bequeathed to the town of Deauville in 1980.Villa Strassburger ›
A museum since 1972, this villa, which is a typical example of the constructions during the Second French Empire, was built in 1866 for the Marchioness of the same name.Villa Montebello ›