'Groupe de 6 baigneuses dansant en ligne sur une plage a Deauville' say the notes with this charming old photograph, 'Group of 6 bathers dancing in a line on Deauville beach'.
Five of these young ladies have sleek swimming costumes and their hair is controlled with neat little turbans. The sixth dancer
Whatever anyone says about the dancing Dolly Sisters, remember them in this photo taken on Deauville beach. Don't they look charming? Full of life, cheeky and so innocent despite those racy swimming costumes, they are having the time of their lives. Their real gift was not the stage, but making
Every fourth Saturday of the month a group of hardy professional antique brocante sellers meet in Square de l'Eglise Saint-Augustin, Deauville.
Around 30 stalls sell a fascinating array of flea market and quality antique treasures from 7am to 5pm, rain or shine. Possibly closing up a little early when the weather
Sometime in the spring of 1922, the Marquis de Viana rented a beautiful manor house overlooking the sea at Le Grand Bec, not far from Deauville. Over the next few weeks the Manoir de Clairefontaine was buffed up, ready for a very special visitor.
A king in need of a change
After bankrupting the motor company he started, André Citroën could no longer afford to spend summers in Deauville. For years he had rented one of the largest villas, the Villa Abeilles 'villa bees' for the season, gambling away small fortunes at the casino with the Aga Khan and Jean Patou,