> Le Centre International de Deauville (CID): Inaugurated in 1992, this state-of-the-art centre hosts major events and conferences. Its architecture is quite a technological feat, buried several yards underground to protect the landscape.
> Hippodrome Deauville-la-Touques: The older of Deauville’s two celebrated racecourses, the central Hippodrome Deauville-la-Touques was built in 1864 with the support of the Duke de Morny, a great racing enthusiast. The racecourse has been modernised in recent times and stages prestigious races both in winter and summer. Three polo fields in the middle of the course regularly receive the best teams in the world.
> Elie-de-Brignac auction rooms: Although the covered amphitheatre here is now also used as a theatre, this remains the last horse auction establishment in Deauville and a truly surprising place.
> « la Breloque » : The house of Normandy artist Eugène Boudin: The Honfleur-born pioneer of Impressionism made Normandy's skies famous. He particularly liked the light of the Deauville coast, and chose to spend his later years in this mansion overlooking the sea.
> The villa Strassburger: This remarkable house, listed as a historic monument in 1975, was built in 1907 by Baron Henri de Rothschild and purchased by the American millionaire Ralph-Beaver Strassburger in 1924. It reflects the archetypal manor of the Pays d’Auge, its ground floor built with a mix of chequered-patterned bricks and dressed stone, its upper floor half-timbered.