Resort nicknamed "Queen of iodine." At low tide, the rocky banks along the coast to discover, saturating the air with iodine and seaweed fucus to which they lay.
Created by the will of Napoleon 3rd in 1851, the city of Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer combines in perfect harmony the past and the present. This fishing village offers a new youth during the Roaring Twenties with the construction of a seawall promenade lined with villas 1800 m or rococo art deco, which have kept their charm.
Located in the heart of the landing beaches, the waterfront has in his much harm suffered little from the war.
A constant effort reclamation has preserved the character so typical of Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer.
The buildings of the waterfront open many passages to the narrow alleys of the old town where a few old fishermen's houses are vigilant guardians of the past.
Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer but is also a station listed in modernity. Beautifully flowered it offers the joys of sandy beach, water sports and other activities such as tennis and horse riding. The dreamer of the dyke walk flânera preserved cars, admire the sunsets from the many terraces facing the sea, will go through the alleys of the market so colorful Sunday or visit the shops of the old town.
Evening concerts and casino style Art Deco animate the city.