Domaine Coeur de Lion

Deauville
Normandy
Food and Drink

Set in an orchard, this group of typical Norman buildings includes a press, distillery, wine store, workshop and 16thC manor where you can taste and buy various types of Calvados, cider and pommeau.

 

Places to visit nearby

Deauville in Normandy is a glamorous town on the Côte Fleurie ('flowery coast'), famous for horse racing and its international cultural festivals.

Trouville in Normandy is both a charming seaside resort and a picturesque fishing village all in one!

Honfleur is a charming seaside town immediately recognisable by its tall narrow buildings - which look as though they've been squeezed into the streets!

Nearby attractions

A stunning combination of rural Normandy style and a manor house, this listed historical monument was built in 1907 by the architect Picherau for Henri de Rothschild who called it the Ferme de Coteau, the hillside farm.

Deauville is famous for horse racing with one of France's largest racehorse training centres and 50% of the winners in French horse races and equestrian sports were born, bred and trained in the region.

Deauville's Clairefontaine racetrack is still the only triple discipline racetrack on the Normandy coast showcasing flat, trotting and obstacle courses.