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Trouville’s 60-odd restaurants are well served by the constant supply of seafood that comes into the port. It doesn’t have the fine-dining scene of Deauville—nor, for the most part, its high prices. That doesn’t mean it’s particularly cheap, but you can find a delicious lunch in one of the many quayside bistros and cafes. A visit to the Marché aux Poissons is a must: browse its stalls and take your pick of whatever seafood is on offer—from oysters and tiny shrimps to whelks and scallops. Then get the stallholder to cook it for you. Grab a glass of chilled muscadet and perch on one of the high tables surrounding the market. One of the best stalls is Poissonnerie Pillet-Saiter (www.poissonnerie-pilletsaiter.fr; tel. 02-31-88-02-10).

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