The beach resort of Cabourg, where l'Hôtel du Golf is located, is in an idyllic spot on the Côte Fleurie between Deauville and Caen. Cabourg beach is also called 'the romantic's beach' and considered Queen of the Côte Fleurie's beaches. It's a magnificent, expansive beach of fine, golden sand only 5 mins by car from l'Hôtel du Golf and suitable for all types of seaside activities for young and old. The town of Cabourg is captivating with its Belle Epoque architecture and extraordinary floral decorations making the resort even more beautiful.
A section of the greenway takes you through the Dives wetlands, allowing you to discover the wild habitat of the herons and storks. You can get there by taking a minor road named chemin de l'Anguille that winds through the wetlands as far as Robehomme.
Try your luck at the newly-refurbished le Grand Casino de Cabourg! Le Grand Casino features a lounge bar, plenty of musical evenings and you can chance the odds on more than 75 slot machines, including 26 latest-generation models and gaming tables, such as Roulette, Black Jack, Stud & Texas Hold'em Poker, etc. Le Grand Casino de Cabourg offers a varied programme of entertainment and themed evenings throughout the year, including salsa evenings, live concerts, DJs & karaoke.
Promenade Marcel Proust:
Promenade Marcel Proust runs along the seafront and is the longest pedestrian promenade in Europe. It stretches over nearly 4 km from Franceville to Cap Cabourg, allowing walkers and joggers the opportunity to exercise in sight of the sea.
The town and its villas:
The town of Cabourg, with its fan-shaped layout, has much architecture from the Belle Epoque that gives the resort its charm.
It has many Norman or neo-Norman villas with half-timbered façades and ridge roofs.
The avenue de la Mer, which goes from the casino gardens to the town hall, is the main hub of the resort's activities (shops and restaurants).
The gardens are roughly triangular in shape and located near the church in the heart of Cabourg. They're bordered to the north by Avenue du Général de Gaulle, to the south by Avenue Guillaume le Conquérant and to the west by Avenue de la Brèche Buhot. Facilities: 12 clay courts (1 to 12); 4 quick courts (A to D); 4 terbal® covered courts (I to IV).
Cabourg is equipped with a brand new, ultra-modern racecourse devoted exclusively to harness races.
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