Lower Normandy (Basse-Normandie)
Casino Barrière de Deauville
Lower Normandy (Basse-Normandie) is a region in northern France that is very popular with tourists thanks to its long list of interesting sites and history. It is probably best known for being the site of the D Day landings, an event that ushered the end of WWII. Today, tourists can visit Omaha Beach along with various museums and cemeteries related to the event. Bayeux and Caen are two popular tourist towns in the area and have their own notable attractions including the Bayeux Tapestry and historic abbeys. Lower Normandy is also home to the stunning Mont St. Michel, a rocky tidal island topped with an ethereal centuries-old monastery.
Casino de Luc-sur-Mer
Along Normandy’s coastline, tourists will find a series of lovely beach towns and cities, many of which feature casinos. The Casino Barrière de Deauville is the largest in the region and has over 300 slot machines in addition to a wide selection of table games, including poker. Casino Barrière de Ouistreham and Casino Barrière de Trouville are two of the other larger casinos in Lower Normandy, which are definitely worth a visit. To enter the casinos, patrons must provide valid ID and be at least 18 years old. Dress code and opening hours vary. For more information on all casinos in Lower Normandy, choose from the list below: