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Situated along the english channel, the French town of Cabourg offers a wealth of attractions. None of which are more popular than their excellent beaches with several kilometers worth of fine sand to enjoy. Medieval buildings and the lovely nearby countryside with rolling hills and many villages offer a wealth of alternative activities should you need a break from the beach for a day. The city of Cabourg is a peaceful and family friendly resort town for those looking to escape for to a quiet few days near the ocean. To make your stay as relaxing as possible, look to Hotels.com for all your hotel needs. Whether you're looking for a simple hotel, a five star resort, or anything in between, Hotels.com lists hotels of all categories to ensure that you'll find exactly what you (and your budget) are looking for.
What's Cabourg Like?
With long stretches of beautiful golden sand, it's easy to spend hours casually strolling up and down Cabourg's fabulous beaches. Wind surfing is a popular past time as is beach volleyball and canoeing. Near the ocean is other activities such as golf, go carts, and swimming pools. A three kilometer promenade runs just beyond the beach as well for those that would rather keep the sand away from their toes. Several old, medieval building still stand in Cabourg as well for those looking to experience and learn the history of the city. Further inland you can find regions of rolling hills, woodlands, orchards, and villages. The region is renown for its cider and many tourist locations will offer special, "cider routes" that will allow you to experience several of the beverages available.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Cabourg
With its proximity to the ocean, seafood is common throughout the region with dishes featuring crustaceans, scallops, and sole common. In addition to their cider, you can also try Calvados, a type of apple brandy. As you'd expect, French is the region's primary language. Learning a few phrases to communicate with local residents is always appreciated and will often elicit a friendly and helpful response. For as long as you soak up the sun and sand in Cabourg, look to Hotels.com for the best hotels. Hotels.com's website makes it easy by allowing you to read independent reviews from previous visitors as well as offering high resolution photos of every hotel offered so that you're never disappointed when you check in. To book accommodations with Hotels.com you can either go online or download their free smartphone mobile app and have exclusive deals sent directly to your phone.