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  • 1 Boulevard Daloz Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    bd Daloz

    All the villas have highly original designs, such as the villa cendrillon (1923) with its slanted roof, the villa La Wallonne, the villa des Mutins (1925) with its gabled façade and the villa Le Roy d'Ys (1903) with its wood panelling.

  • 2 Bay of Canche Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    Protected by the Parc Naturel Marin des Estuaires Picards et de la Mer d'Opale and, in part, by a nature reserve, this bay is quite wild on the northern bank, and reveals landscapes of great beauty. Depending on the light and the tide, it offers ever..

  • 3 Jardins de la Manche

    Nature and gardens

    Place de l'Hermitage

    It was Alphonse Daloz, a notary by profession, who took the initiative to create this 800 ha forest, whose sea pine, (silver) birch, alder and poplar trees protect a mix of 2,000 Anglo-Norman or modern villas from the wind. The wood and the residenti..

  • 4 Musée du Touquet

    Museums and art

    av. du Golf

    On display here are a number of works by artists from the Etaples school (1880-1914), with canvasses by Le Sidaner and a small contemporary art section.

  • 5 Sea wall promenade, Le Toquet-Paris-Plage

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    bd Thierry-Sabine

    Embellished by gardens, the sea wall finishes at the land yachting centre and the Thalassotherapy Centre.

  • 6 Avenue du Verger

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Avenue du Verger

    Le Touquet immediately brings to mind smartly dressed women in crinoline dresses and vain smartly dressed men in boaters proudly adjusting their waxed moustaches. This Avenue is bordered by quasi Art déco boutiques and is home to prestigious building..

  • 7 Village Suisse

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Avenue St-Jean

    This 1905 development is bristling with turrets and crenellations. It has a terraced balcony on the first floor.

  • 8 Phare

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Avenue des Phares

    Le Touquet's lighthouse was rebuilt by Quételart in 1949. Its pink brick octogonal shaft has curved sides, like a Doric column. From the top, there is an exceptional 360° panorama. The former guardians' lodge houses the Musée de la Maison des Phares ..

  • 9 Rue Jean-Monnet

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rue Jean-Monnet

    Just before the archway of the covered market you will see the villa Le Castel at No. 50 (1904) which by design is a blend of Neo-medieval and Art nouveau.

  • 10 Covered Market of Touquet-Paris-Plage

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    r. Jean-Monnet

    A semicircular building with a sculpted frame, brown ceramic stalls, and a huge arch bestriding the road: a real Nordic market which one can imagine seething with life!

  • 11 Plage

    Nature and gardens

    rte en Corniche

    This beach has a 7km stretch of fine sand as far as the mouth of the River Authie, where at low tide about 1km of fine, hard sand is exposed: ideal for sand yachting. A coastal road takes you to the marina and the Base Nautique Nord (water sports cen..

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