Benerville-sur-Mer is a town of Calvados, which is Normandy region. This village of just over 500 inhabitants is named after the Germanic, Bern, meaning Bear. The evocation of the sea for its part has been added in the course of 1949.
This resort beach has a special charm with a historical and architectural heritage testifying to the wealth of the town in previous centuries. Dynamic village Benerville-sur-Mer attracts visitors throughout the year with its beaches and sea of the English Channel and its green landscapes and rich. It is located near Deauville, major tourist destination of the region.
Family and full of life, Benerville-sur-Mer is ideal for a short holiday with friends or lovers.
Impressive and rich heritage and monuments Benerville-sur-Mer possible to appreciate the beauty of the Normandy region.
Built in the eleventh century, the Saint-Christophe church is worth a look, especially with its statue of St. Christopher of the sixteenth century which was listed building as an object.
Listed historical monument, the area of Enclos is a park designed by Achille Duchêne. Greater than 33 hectares, it was the property of one of the greatest collectors of twentieth century art, Calouste Gulbenkian.
Built in the late nineteenth century, the castle was commissioned Gabriel Paul Gallimard. This superb villa has been for many years owned by Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé. Located on a wooded thirty hectares, it has several annexes as stables, maintenance shops, a riding or a helipad ground. This is a beautiful villa of tree neogothic style and located on the slopes of hills.
important part of the famous Atlantic Wall during the Second World War, Mont Canisy batteries allow to enjoy a breathtaking view of the Côte Fleurie and the Pays d'Auge not far.
Also note the presence of the beautiful mansion Caillouets, which houses a home for girls in trouble, or the mansion or manor Benerville Mont Canisy.
A racecourse is the theater of different horse racing throughout the year.