côte de Nacre
Côte de Nacre
is a 15 km coastline of fine sand (meaning in French: pearly coast, thanks to the color of the sea), between Courseulles-sur-Mer and Ouistreham.
Sports and leisure
You can practice all kinds of nautical activities such as windsurfing, sailing, yachting, surfing, catamaran racing, and also stand up paddling.
Many other activities are offered, such as horseriding, skate park, mini golf, pony park or even a laserMaxx.
You can also visit many historical sites such as the D-Day landing beaches. Four walking circuits from Luc-sur-Mer, Langrune-sur-Mer, St Aubin-sur-Mer and Bernières-sur-Mer have been created and are at your disposal at the Luc Tourist Office.
Many cities of the Côte de Nacre will welcome you for spa cures: come to try the Thalasso therapy of Luc-sur-Mer. In front of the sea, it offers a large number of treatments, hydrotherapy cures, massages, traditional hammam and Japanese baths.
You will also find several cinemas and cultural activities organised by the municipality.