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Since its heyday in the roaring twenties when the rich and famous would visit Le Touquet in search of fun and entertainment it has continued to attract visitors from all over Europe looking to enjoy this popular resort and to this day the town never fails to deliver.
There is such a fabulous selection of things to do once the sun goes down in Le Touquet that there is bound to be something for everyone. Whether you simply choose to take an evening walk along the promenade watching the lights dance on the water or head to one of the busy haunts that the town has to offer, you are sure to enjoy yourself. There are numerous pubs and cafes that stay open late into the night, a horse racing stadium, cinema and casino, the choice is yours. Even Aqualud the waterpark has evening sessions at certain times of the year that keeps the exciting rides open until midnight.
The nightlife is particularly busy during the summer months when cafes and bars spill out onto open-air terraces and balconies to make the most of the balmy evenings and is also the time when the largest number of visitors travel into the area.
Read more on this destination in the AA Key Guide to France.
Recommended evening entertainment in Le Touquet
Algy’s Bar, Avenue St Jean - At the top of the street you will find this lively bar that is open late and if you are lucky there could be some live music entertainment for you to enjoy.
Café des Sports, Rue de Metz - Exactly as it sounds this sports café has screens on which you can see coverage of all many sporting activities.
Casino du Palais, 4 Place Hermitage - A popular destination in the town and well renowned in the area, the casino has a variety of one-armed bandit slot machines on the ground floor, with roulette and blackjack tables on the first floor.
Hippodrome Le Touquet - Set to the north of the town this racecourse has a number of events throughout the year during the day and into the evening. You should check the schedule to see what coincides with you travel dates.
Le Chatham, 25 rue St Jean - This is a popular place for tourists to gather, playing current dance music and with a large dance floor it attracts those looking to enjoy the nightlife. It is free to get in and the drinks reasonably priced.
Le Globetrotter - 66 rue Metz - A typical pub setting attracts a number of visitors all looking to enjoy a drink and swap stories about their time in Le Touquet, especially those enjoying the sport facilities such as the tennis or the golf.
Le Perroquet, Rue de Metz - If you enjoy a spot of Karaoke then this is the bar for you, or perhaps you just fancy taking a seat and enjoying the entertainment of it all.
Les 3 As, Rue de Londres - Check out this cinema if you fancy seeing any of the most up to date films showing on the circuit, though you should check about translation or subtitles before purchasing your tickets.
L’Impasse, 77 rue de Metz - If you are looking to party into the night then this is the club for you, where there is always a good selection of events and music.
Touquet’s Bar, 1 rue des Phares - This is the bar that attracts the older crowds who want to avoid the modern dance music and younger crowds.