Where to go out in the Terres de Nacre?
Discover the highlights of 2022 offered in the summer and throughout the year from Courseulles-sur-Mer to Luc-sur-mer via Douvres-la-Délivrande.
The D-Day Festival Normandy
The Tribute Fest
Last weekend in June
This is the event that launches the summer season in Luc-sur-mer! Facing the beach, this open-air rock revival festival brings together tribute bands over two days.
The Tribute Bands are not only The Tribute Bands are not only copies, they allow the memory of mythical bands to live on.
The Fish Stone
1 date in July and 1 date in August
Started at the beginning of the 20th century, the Fish Stone is held every year.
Le crieur a été remplacé par une armée de The crier has been replaced by an army of volunteers who prepare small plates of grilled fish, to be shared with families or friends, facing the sea, with their feet in the sand.
Côte de Nacre Music Festival
On the Côte de Nacre
This classical music festival brings together more than a hundred musicians of different nationalities to offer concerts in majestic venues such as churches, with an eclectic programme.
The whale’s raftsne
This nautical race based on the elfin sea mammal promises a show worthy of the Intervilles programmes, without cows, but with home-made floating boats.
Pas No time limit, but a 100% fun race!
Festival la Semaine Acadienne
Second week of August
Courseulles-sur-mer and the Juno sector
Durant une semaine, une cinquantaine For a week, fifty or so family events, concerts, theme days and commemorations are organised to honour the Acadian soldiers who landed on Juno Beach on 6 June 1944.
15th August Festival
Cette journée de fête débute avec la messe puis la This day of celebration begins with mass and a procession from the church.
It continues with a costume parade, a big picnic, a concert and the traditional fireworks.
The Courseulles Sea Festival
Each year, Courseulles-sur-mer pays tribute to sailors during this colourful, friendly and fun event.
On the programme: sea songs, craft and sea market, procession and blessing of the decorated boats.
Les médiévales de la Baronnie
The Barony Park plunges us into the medieval era with its local market, the parade in costume and the many family activities offered throughout the afternoon and evening.
Last weekend in November
Courseulles-sur-mer celebrates the star of the plate, the scallop during a festive and musical weekend.
Restaurant owners offer menus based on scallops for the occasion.
Programme subject to change or cancellation without notice.
The health pass and the wearing of a mask may be compulsory for certain events, ask your tourist office or the town hall.