The commune of Tourgéville stretches out lengthways from the beach to the heart of the Pays d’Auge countryside. To the north, the beach that runs from Deauville to Bénerville-sur-Mer is highly popular. Horses can be seen galloping there in the morning and the evening. And the sunset over the English Channel is simply magnificent.
Access to the beach is via Avenue de la Terrasse and its perpendicular streets.
Charged car park at the roundabout that links Avenue de la Terrasse with Boulevard Cornuché.
Free parking spaces are also available in the narrow adjacent streets.
Animals are not permitted from 10am to 7pm, all year.
Dogs can be walked if kept on a leash.
The beach is under lifeguard surveillance from 1st July to 31st August, every day from 11.30am to 6.30pm.
Lifeguard post located at the limit between Bénerville-sur-Mer and Tourgéville.
Should you encounter a problem, please call: +33(0)2 31 88 33 08
Further information on Tourgéville beach at: https://www.indeauville.fr/la-plage-de-tourgeville.
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Pets allowed : no