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So much to do in Deauville.

Experiencing Deauville means enjoying its sandy beach and architecture, playing golf, setting sail… but also attending a prize-giving for a talent of American cinema, a photographer or a writer, listening to a soloist, witnessing a horse race or an equestrian competition.

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Explore L'Ile Rousse.

Hike or cycle the Corsican paths in the north to discover L’Ile Rousse and the surrounding villages: Monticello, Santa Reparta, Corbara and Pigna. In the heart of the maquis, this Island of Beauty offers breathtaking views and places full of history, whether you are an experienced hiker or a stroller.

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Festival galore in Argelès-sur-Mer.

“Les Déferlantes Festival”: from 7th to 10th July 2016 Argelès-sur-Mer

10th edition of Les Déferlantes Festival at Parc de Valmy, Argelès-sur-Mer – July 2016.

Les Déferlantes Festival of Argelès-sur-Mer is a modern music festival offering three days of concerts in July in the magnificent Théâtre de Verdure of Parc de Valmy.

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The beautiful heritage of the city is our beaches.

There are 12 beautiful beaches to be explored in Le Lavandou. As well as the dramatic coastal path.
12 kilometres of coast where beaches, creeks blend into different colours, from light blue to azure and amethyst to the turquoise colour of the sea.

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From La Baule to Vendée, ever-changing coastal landscapes.

Stretching from La Baule in the north to La Tranche-sur-Mer in the south, with over 30 popular resorts like Pornic, Saint-Jean-de-Monts and Les Sables-d’Olonne. The shores of the Pays de la Loire offer a stunning array of natural diversity. With fine sandy beaches of Vendée, steep rocky coastlines and secluded creeks of wild coasts, there are endless spots for walkers and bathers to choose from.

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Fun all year round in Dunkirk.

Throughout the year Dunkirk offers all sorts of opportunities to experience the French way of life, along its sandy beaches or on festivals often linked to our maritime heritage like carnival, sea shanties, sailing competitions and wine or oyster festivals.

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Oh I do like to be beside the seaside in Normandy.

There are lots of sandy beaches and space for you and the kids to play, snooze and relax with the family.

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Pornic; a more fashionable seaside resort.

Pornic was a fashionable seaside resort in the 19th century.
With the arrival of the train in 1875, people from towns such as Nantes and Angers built seaside villas along the coast (typical seaside architecture).

They used brick, local stone and woodwork for the balconies and friezes. You can still see some kiosks at the end of private gardens, there were to watch the boats in the port.

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Surf the waves of Biarritz.

Whatever your level, surf the waves of the Basque coast, here, in the City of the Ocean. Fitted with a virtual reality headset, you're in the shoes of a surfer! A Kinect camera detects your movements, you can surf for as long as possible the historic wave of the Basque coast, the dizzying Belharra and the perfect tube of Mundaka. A total immersion.

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