Practical information about Cabourg
Cabourg in a few
Located just two hours from Paris, between Caen and Deauville, Cabourg is one of the cities bordering the Flowery Coast, together with Houlgate, Trouville, Deauville and Honfleur. Fashionable and bustling, this resort has preserved its original elegance, particularly through its key centres such as the Casino, the Grand Hotel and the Hippodrome. Its unique setting and its sweetness of life attract many visitors, including a number of showbiz and film celebrities.
With its 4 km long coastline and its 5 fine sandy beaches (Centrale, Cap Cabourg, École de Voile, Thalasso, and Bizontine), Cabourg is the perfect place to laze around, play water sports, or just stroll by the sea. At the Établissement des Bains de Cabourg, you can rent small beach huts, sunbeds and parasols to fully enjoy the sea air. For a coastal getaway, you can visit the neighbouring Houlgate, or venture further afield to the posh resorts of Deauville and Trouville.
When should I come?
At the gateway to the Pays d'Auge (area in Normandy), Cabourg has an oceanic climate with mild summers and cool winters. Average temperatures fluctuate between 8° in winter and 22° in August. As for the sea, the temperatures are mildest in August and September, these being also the warmest months. So, opt for a stay between May and September to enjoy the milder months, but note that these are also the peak tourist months.
Good to know
Cabourg has the " Famille Plus " label (label of French resorts that meet the needs of families with children), and offers a varied and adapted range of activities for all ages. Karting, mini-golf, beach clubs... The resort offers a large number of facilities that make it an excellent family destination. Pack your bags from now on and choose your holiday rental in Cabourg, whether you are travelling with your partner or with your children.