During the night of January 14 to 15, 1885, a 40-tonne, 19-metre long whale washed up on the shores of the Côte de Nacre near Luc-sur-Mer. Its skeleton is now installed in the Municipal Park, and it has become the symbol of the seaside city and watches over the park to which it has given its name.
Whale Park is undoubtedly an exceptional place of greenery. There are many species, including giant redwood, ginkgo biloba and maritime pines. It is also a paradise for children, with a playground and animals (among others: peacocks, ducks, goats).
Luc sur Mer Casino
The casino, built in 1883, consisted of five main rooms, destroyed during the Second World War. It took five years for a new casino to be built, which was inaugurated in 1956. The restaurant facing the sea offers gastronomic and traditional cuisine. The Casino offers the following games: 135 slot machines, two Black Jack tables, a Texas Hold'Em Poker, an English roulette, a Stud Poker. In addition, every half-year it proposes a programme of activities and shows open to all.
The Thalasso 3 Worlds
The marine cure spa, located by the sea, offers personalized treatments adapted to different needs: hammam, Japanese baths, swimming pools, massage. Its speciality is a seaweed bathing, a traditional marine cure treatement of the Côte de Nacre, since 1858.
Mini-golf benefits from a privileged geographical situation located in front of the sea. An 18-hole course, a large terrace, with direct access to the beach and a restaurant facing the sea make this location an attractive place.
Luc sur Mer's seafront promanade
The 1.5 km long seafront promenade and Place Petit Enfer are in the heart of the seaside resort and a popular place to stroll, even out of season. It is famous for its characteristic beach cabins, typical of the Côte de Nacre.
In summer season, swimming is supervised by qualified lifeguards.