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8 Things to Do in Trouville

Up-to-Date 2024  –  By Culture Francia Team

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What to See & Do

Trouville Overall Appeal ★★★☆☆

  Name Appeal Type Visit Cost
01 Beachfront & Dyke ★★★☆☆ Walking Around Self Free
02 Town Center ★★☆☆☆ Walking Around Self Free
03 Fish Market ★★☆☆☆ Seafood Market Self Free
04 Beach ★★☆☆☆ Beach Activities Self Free
05 Calvary ★★☆☆☆ Panorama Self Free
06 Notre-Dame du Bon-Secours Church ★☆☆☆☆ Church Self Free
07 Notre-Dame des Victoires Church ★☆☆☆☆ Church Self Free
08 Villa Montebello Museum ★☆☆☆☆ Museum - Art Self Paid

01. Beachfront & Dyke

A sandy beach in Trouville with people walking and sitting. Historic buildings with intricate architecture line the beachfront under a clear blue sky.

Appeal ★★★☆☆
Type Walking Around

Visit Self
Cost Free

The wooden beachfront offers a picturesque walk along the beach features charming villas and grand hotels from 19th century.

At the end of the path on the west side, you can take the seawall that leads to the red lighthouse located at the end of the beach.

02. Town Center

A lively scene in the town center of Trouville, with people walking, cafes with outdoor seating, bicycles, and vibrant storefronts under sunny weather.

Appeal ★★☆☆☆
Type Walking Around

Visit Self
Cost Free

A few streets behind the beachfront is the little town center with its small streets filled with small shops, cafes, and restaurants, especially Rue des Bains.

03. Fish Market

A bustling fish market in Trouville with various seafood displayed, including crabs, oysters, and lobsters. People are seen selecting and buying fresh seafood.

Appeal ★★☆☆☆
Type Seafood Market

Visit Self
Cost Free

The fish market is located in a historic building and is open every day.

There is also an outdoor food market next to the building on Wednesday and Saturday mornings.

04. Beach

A wide, sandy beach in Trouville stretching to the horizon, with people scattered along the shore and the calm sea in the background under a clear sky.

Appeal ★★☆☆☆
Type Beach Activities

Visit Self
Cost Free

Trouville’s beach is a wide expanse of fine sand.

Across the sea lies the port city of Le Havre.

05. Calvary

A panoramic view of Trouville's coastline, showing a beach with many people, lush greenery, and historic buildings with the sea stretching into the distance under a clear blue sky.

Appeal ★★☆☆☆
Type Panorama

Visit Self
Cost Free

Located on a hill, the calvary offers panoramic views of Trouville and the sea.

06. Notre-Dame du Bon-Secours Church

The interior of Notre-Dame-du-Bon-Secours Church in Trouville, showcasing its gothic architecture with stained glass windows, an elaborate altar, and rows of wooden chairs.

Appeal ★☆☆☆☆
Type Church

Visit Self
Cost Free

A 19th-century church in Neo-Gothic style with a Neo-Classical façade.

07. Notre-Dame des Victoires Church

The interior of Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church in Trouville, featuring rows of wooden chairs facing an ornate altar adorned with religious icons and decor.

Appeal ★☆☆☆☆
Type Church

Visit Self
Cost Free

This church also dates from the 19th century and is in Neo-Classical style.

08. Villa Montebello Museum

An interior view of the Villa Montebello museum in Trouville, displaying various artworks and sculptures in a well-lit room with white walls and a mix of modern and classical decor.

Appeal ★☆☆☆☆
Type Art Museum

Visit Self
Cost Paid

Set in a 19th-century villa, the Villa Montebello Museum shows off local art and history. The museum has works by local artists and exhibits about Trouville’s past.

Deauville

Just across the river is the seaside resort of Deauville, larger and more upscale than Trouville.

You can reach it via:
– 📍 The bridge located further south on the river
– 📍 The small, paid boat that makes the crossing in a few minutes.

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