When leaving the Château - the road then ran alongside its wrought iron gate - we walk down the main street of the village to the "Guerville" grocery shop, the church square, and then onto the Sea Road ("Rue de la mer"), with the "Hôtel des bains", and after that downhill to the sea.
The start of the XXth century to the Roaring Twenties
From the Château to the sea
Anecdotes and local life
The villas were built towards the sea
This villa belonged to a Paris brothel owner who sent his "lodgers" to the sea side to recover their health..
A rustic smoking hut for gentlemen
Titi Verdot and his car who drove ladies and gave them driving lessons