Short Breaks to Le Touquet by Car
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Le Touquet is regarded as the sophisticated resort for the rich Parisians and a very elegant and chic place to take a holiday in northern France, commonly been referred to as Paris-Plage (Paris-on-Sea).The area has much to offer and many splendour at the seaside architecture heralded from the Roaring Twenties and Thirties.The Town Hall, on the site of an old castle, and adjacent Belfry are particularly impressive as is the Eglise Ste-Jeanne-d’Arc
Musee du TouquetAlso known as Musee Villa West Side, this museum is located in a beautiful spot in the forest and is housed in a charming old villa. It illustrates the history of the town through a gallery of many pictures by local artists.
Ste Jeanne d’Arc EgliseThis stunning church is famed for its architecture and the unusual stained glass and iron work, all of which were fashioned centuries ago and well worth a visit while in Le Touquet.
Beach Dunes & PromLe Touquet is renowned for its beaches. The paved promenade lends towards a relaxed stroll. The Dunes provide a quite area, or head to the southern end to find the Centre de Charo a Voile, with a good chance of some sand yachting taking place.
AqualudThis is a magnificent waterpark, good for adults and children. As well as the slides and wave rides, there are also jacuzzi’s and sauna's. The indoor temperature is at 27 degrees and outdoors you can soak up the summer sun. (not shown).
Etaples CemeteryIn the village of Etaples, the location for a number of reinforcement camps and hospitals in the war, you will find the largest commission military cemetery in France, containing over 10,000 burials from World War I.
Mareis MuseumThe Mareis Seafishing Discovery Museum offers a fascinating insight into the maritime world and the fishing industry. The huge aquarium lets you get close to fishes and other sealife. (not shown).