Le Touquet-Paris-Plage Things to Do

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    Le Touquet plage - beach
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  • Le Touquet - beach at dunes.
    Le Touquet - beach at dunes.
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  • Le Touquet - mixed architecture and parkings.
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    Aqualud Water Park

    by grayfo Written Jun 22, 2011

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    The Aqualud is a huge water park on the seafront in Le Touquet and consists of several indoor and outdoor pools, a wave pool and a giant toboggan run. Housed under a glass dome is a giant pool with waves, 'rocky' slides, jacuzzis and a solarium. The outdoor section is open in summer and consists of a further 3 pools, flumes and rides.

    July to August: 10:30 am to 7:00 pm
    April to June and September to November: 10:30 am to 5:45 pm

    Adults: €16.50
    Children (Under 1 metre): Free

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    Beach & Promenade

    by sue_stone Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Le Touquet is a family seaside resort, and when you take a wander down by the sea front you can certainly see that it caters for kids!

    For the younger kids there is a fabulous old carousel, and some cute little wooden wheeled horses. For the older ones there are some water slides…though they looked like they hadn’t been used in a while…

    The beach looked quite nice, and although pretty quiet on the breezy day we were there, I can imagine it gets pretty packed in summer.

    There is a paved promenade above the beach which would be the perfect place for lazy meander on a summers afternoon.

    ~~~ On my 2nd stop off in Le Touquet in June 2006 I sat on the promenade for a while, soaking up the sun and people watching ~~~

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    Wander down the main street

    by sue_stone Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    When we arrived in Le Touquet we drove right down the middle of the town on the pretty Rue St Jean. This one lane street is virtually a pedestrian zone, and is street-scaped with plants and paving.

    Lining Rue St Jean are all the shops you would need on your holiday, along with plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants.

    The street has an ‘upmarket’ feel about it and it was filled with happy shoppers on the Sunday we were there. After a window shop we popped into a patisserie for a treat.

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    Beautifull houses...

    by belgianchocolate Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Alexandre

    This is an example of the typical 'le Touquet' style. Many houses in Le Touquet are on the inheritance list. And they should be.

    This beauty was build by F. Gombeau , a parisian architect. 'Alexandre' was build in 1911 and one of the many wonders of architecture to be admired in Le Touquet.
    You can find a list of protected Houses on the site of the city. A MUST.

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    SPLASH....

    by belgianchocolate Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Aqualud

    A waterparadise...

    Just the place you where looking for to go with the kids... A gigantic tropical swimmingpool with lots of exciting and fast attraction.

    10 points for being child friendly
    -an outside playground for -6
    -an outside playground for -10
    -and lots of attractions for children from 10 till 99years old.

    Don't forget to go in the twister and the black hole... :-)

    Prices : prices depend on the season and how long you are planning to stay. Taking food within the ticket might not be a good idea. The rows to get a lazy burger are quite long (we didn't)

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    Touquet architecture.

    by breughel Updated Sep 27, 2010

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    Le Touquet - mixed architecture and parkings.

    There is a mix of begin 20th c. houses and modern apartment buildings. Nothing really exciting. Between the buildings and the beach extends a huge parking. Quite practical but not nice.

    Behind the seafront starts the centre of Le Touquet with houses mostly from the first half of the 20th c., shops and restaurants. The streets are narrow so that most are one-way.

    More inland extends a large green area with villas in the woods.

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    Le Touquet dunes.

    by breughel Written Sep 25, 2010

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    Le Touquet - beach at dunes.

    Du côté nord du Touquet il y a des dunes avec des plages totalement désertes.

    On the north side of Le Touquet beach there are dunes with totally deserted beaches.

    N.B. Un jour de semaine en juin - This was on a week day in June.

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    Touquet beaches.

    by breughel Updated Sep 25, 2010

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    Le Touquet plage - beach

    Voilà le genre de plages comme je les aime, presque désertes.
    Ce n'est pas très sociable mais je ne suis pas sociable!

    That's the kind of beach I like: nearly deserted.
    It's not very sociable but I'm not sociable!

    N.B. Un jour de semaine en juin - This was on a week day in June.

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    Carousel

    by grayfo Written Mar 22, 2010

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    Children can enjoy a ride on this old two tier carousel located on the promenade next to the Aquapark. Embellished on the overhanging top is “Carousel 1900” which may be a reference to the age.

    September 2000

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    wide wide beach...

    by belgianchocolate Updated Aug 13, 2003

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    shoreline entertainment

    Le Touquet has an enormous beach. That is a big advantage , because even when it is high season , you will be able to find a spot in the sun. Another advantage is that , as well as in the south as in the north of town , the beaches are surrounded by dunes. So if you do a little walk , you can have quite some space for your own pleasure...

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    Seafood...

    by belgianchocolate Updated Aug 13, 2003

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    Lobster?

    Even if it is not in your budget to go and eat - le plat de fruits de mer -royal'...go and have a look in this fine delicacy shop.
    The restaurant is next to the place.

    (Le Touquet is still a bit more expensive than other towns , because of his historic beau-chic reputation)

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