Cabourg, at the heart of the Côte Fleurie, is perfectly located to discover the famous seaside resorts of Deauville, Trouville or Honfleur on one side and the Normandy landings beaches on the other, which stretch out to Pointe du Hoc.
If you feel like a countryside excursion to little, typical Normandy villages head inland to the Pays d’Auge and the cider trail.
Our hotel-residence in Cabourg puts you within easy reach of the Normandy landings beaches. Sword Beach, the closest to Cabourg, Juno Beach, Gold Beach, Omaha Beach and Utah Beach, the furthest away, are less than an hour and a half away. Many tourist routes can be found at the Caen Memorial.
Less than half an hour from Cabourg and our residences, don’t miss the Caen Memorial, devoted to the Battle of Normandy and 20th-century history. From the origins of the Second World War to the end of the Cold War, the Museum itineraries will guide you through some of the darkest episodes in the history of the 20th century. Discover the spaces around the Memorial before taking a guided tour of the Normandy landings beaches in addition to your visit.
Amongst grassland, interspersed with thatched cottages and half-timbered houses, criss-crossed by hedgerows and winding roads, Pays d’Auge, within easy reach of Cabourg, has marvellous rural landscapes. The land of Camembert and apples, its villages - each more beautiful than the last - are an ode to Normandy: Beuvron-en-Auge, Cambremer, Pont-l’Evêque, Beaumont-en-Auge, Blangy-le-Château…
To the south of Cabourg, discover the Cider Route, a signposted 40km journey which crosses the typically Augeron landscape. Leading you through Normandy’s picture-perfect landscapes, it will take you to meet producers of cider, Calvados and Pommeau against the backdrop of apple orchards, meadows with horses, half-timbered houses...
During your trip, don’t forget to visit the medieval castle at Crèvecœur-en-Auge (30 minutes from Cabourg).