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Le Grand Hôtel Cabourg - MGallery by Sofitel

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    Le Grand Hôtel Cabourg - MGallery by Sofitel
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    Le Grand Hôtel Cabourg - MGallery by Sofitel
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Local Attractions

Cabourg is a popular seaside destination, with thousands of people traveling to the town’s shoreline every year. Le Grand Hôtel Cabourg - MGallery by Sofitel can help guests enjoy a memorable day out at one of the nearby splendid beaches. Guests can rent accessories directly from the hotel, as well as relax along its serene private beach. Local businesses offer a variety of outdoor activities to try, including parasailing, wind-surfing, and canoeing; additional attractions include mini-golf and go-karting, and the town itself possesses many more exciting attractions. Next to the Grand Hôtel is the magnificent Casino de Cabourg, a well-established music venue that has hosted the likes of Edith Pilaf and Charles Aznavour. The Hippodrome de Cabourg is also near the hotel, staging electrifying horse races year-round. Guests can also venture out into the surrounding Pays d’Ague valley to visit the many pastoral medieval villages that dot its landscape. From here, guests can travel to the numerous cultural landmarks scattered throughout the region, such as Dives-sur-Mer, the ancient city of Caen, and the D-Day invasion sites. Only two hours away from Paris, the Grand Hôtel is a wonderful place to start an unforgettable trip.

Casino de Cabourg
Over the last century, the casino has developed a reputation as a well-respected music venue. Casino de Cabourg has hosted several, high-profile musicians throughout its history, including Edith Pilaf and Charles Aznavour. The building still puts on fantastic musical performances that continue to impress its audiences.

Hippodrome de Cabourg
The Hippodrome hosts dozens of thrilling horse races throughout the year. During the summertime, the venue provides special floodlit trotting events.

Pays d’Ague
Classified as a Land of Art and History by the French Ministry of Culture, the Pays d’Ague features many rolling hills, verdant hedges, and rustic villages. The area is noted for its delicious local fare, such as its appetizing cheeses and savory apples. In fact, the region is part of the Normandy Cider Route, a tour of the quaint orchards that fill the surrounding countryside.

A short drive from the hotel is the thriving port city of Dives-sur-Mer. In 1066, William the Conqueror launched his invasion of England from the city’s very own harbor! People today travel to Dives-sur-Mer for its pleasant scenery and medieval buildings.

Once the seat for the powerful Dukes of Normandy, Caen has a storied past. The city wielded incredible political power in the Kingdom of France during the 10th and 11th centuries. Today, it serves as a major commercial center for the region and is replete with numerous cultural attractions to visit.

D-Day Landing Beaches
In June of 1944, thousands of Allied soldiers waded across eighty miles of coastline that stretched from Caen to Carentan. This marked the beginning of the end for the German occupation of France during World War II. Guests can travel to these beaches from the Grand Hôtel.


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