Treasure hunt to explore the town: lead the investigation and come to the rescue of Colette the Little Seagull, injured after a fishing accident.

The aim of the game ? To collect the most seafood to delight the little seagull and get it back on its feet.
On the programme, lots of little games that will make you see the town differently!

To your smartphones, ready? Play! Head for theApp Store or Google Play and download "Piste et Trésor" (Track and Treasure) for free. Then select “Colette à Trouville-sur-Mer” and set off to discover Trouville-sur-Mer!


A famous treasure hunt for older children, geocaching is particularly popular in Trouville. The goal? Using GPS coordinates and clues, to find the "caches", small objects hidden in the four corners of the world. Several have been placed in Trouville, but will you be able to find them?

An original way to discover or rediscover the nooks and crannies of the town.

Download the Geocaching app on theApp Store or Google Play and turn into a pirate in search of treasure!


Stroll on the footsteps of Savignac !

In 1979, after regularly staying at the seaside resort from an early age, Raymond Savignac decided to settle permanently in Trouville. He went on to illustrate some thirty local events.

In 1987, he donated around 250 posters and 8 models to the museum. Soon after, the town and more specifically the Tourist Office asked him to design a graphic charter which would later become the town's emblem.

Since his death in 2002, a dozen posters by Raymond Savignac have been reproduced on the walls of the city. He used to say that "the poster is the daughter of the streets, it is there that it expresses itself best". The trail "In the footsteps of Savignac" takes you to discover the places where Savignac left his mark.


Discover the Cirkwi routes for a walk in and around Trouville-sur-Mer!