Have a walk in Trouville
A dream setting between the sea and the countryside
A seaside resort on the “Côte Fleurie” 15 mintues away from our domain, Trouville
owes its reputation to the charm of its fishing port, its beautiful long
beach of fine sand, and its rich architectural heritage.
Fish Market, a century-old casino, a succession of 19th century seaside
villas, narrow alleys lined with fishermen’s houses, as well as a wide
range of cultural entertainments and sports throughout the year, all of
which makes Trouville a vibrant resort and an ideal destination both for
family holidays and romantic escapades.
Many walking tours are available by visiting their website : http://www.trouvillesurmer.org/en/discover-the-resort/leisure-activities/walking-tours
Trouville and its beach
Entirely covered with fine sand and seashells, the beach stretches over
1200m. It is one of the only beaches on the “Côte Fleurie” to be lined
with magnificent villas built between 1860 and 1880, each in a different
style according to the fashions of the time.
But Trouvilles's beach isn't only a place to have a walk, it also offers many different activities. It has a kids'club, a nautical club, a surf school, a mini golf and a sea-kayak rental place so everyone can find something to do!
For more information about the different walks and activities on Trouville's beach, follow this link towards the town's website : http://www.trouvillesurmer.org/en/discover-the-resort/the-beach
Trouville and its port
Trouville is a seaside resort of the Côte Fleurie but it is first and foremost a well-known fishing port where 27 trawlers unload and supply every day the stalls of the town's 11 fishmongers.
With Trouville's markets, its restaurants and its fishmongers, there is no need to look any further if you wish to taste the local produce of the sea during your stay!
However, Trouville's port isn't all about fish, it is also about having a walk in its short narrow streets that have typical houses on either side of them, built on 3 or 4 levels with just one room per floor. Or maybe you could join a boatride with a group to see the coast or even rent you own boat!
For more information follow this link towards the town's website : http://www.trouvillesurmer.org/en/discover-the-resort/the-port
Trouville and its cultural offer
On the cultural side, Trouville also has some nice discoveries to offer.
It has art galeries open all year round, its town hall occasionally opens with temporary expositions and it has various historical sites such as the Aquesseau castle, the Montebello villa or the Halle aux Poissons. You should be able to learn and admire a thing or two in this little seaside town.
For more information, Follow this link : http://www.trouvillesurmer.org/en/component/content/section/21?layout=blog