Discover the best top things to do in Le Treport, France including Funiculaire, Vue panoramique, Le Kahl Burg, Marche aux Poissons, Office de Tourisme Le Trreport, Musee du Vieux Treport, Promenades en Mer au Treport, Etoile Filante, L' Atelier du verre, Centre Nautique Sensation Large.
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
Park at the top: €2.50 for the whole day! And suck the view at the top of the cliff. Go down by the stairs and come back up by the funicular (or use funicular both ways)- completely free! Beautiful views and spectacular drop. Turn right at the bottom for lovely shops and Main Street. Then you end up in the canal front. Turn left to see all restaurants/fish market/lighthouse/seafront.
4.5 based on 69 reviews
Really nice that you can take the lift for free. It was still winter and cold so there was not much to do up there but the wonderful view. And that's what it is all about, no?
4.5 based on 79 reviews
We were Lucky to get in a Tour on the same day. Didier, the guide, was a passionate guide, and going by the reaction of the French visitors, very witty. Despite my reasonable French, he was difficult to follow. As the 'burgh' has only been an official and protected site since 2000, there is still a dearth of information regarding the building and systems. It was ransacked and plundered for the past 60years! It is all volunteer work now, and an important historical landmark! And cold. I agree with
Review above, dress warmly!!
4 based on 181 reviews
Right on the seafront. Beautiful displays of all types of fish and shell fish. The scallops looked delicious. Lovely and clean and open to all.
4 based on 103 reviews
The Office de Tourism is located in an old church building and is well stocked with local attractions, guides and other information.
4 based on 35 reviews
My wife and I (both 60+) love Le Tréport and we have been there several times and during all seasons. It's a beautiful and genuine working class fishermen's town. If you want to get into a bit more depth about the history and life in Tréport in the past, then the museum is a nice place to visit. If you have done your homework prior to your visit, and if you have visited this kind of museums before, you will not see many new things, but the place is very nicely done. You can tell that the Tréport people are proud of their history and they are right! The museum attendants are probably volunteers and very very friendly. If you really want to visit this place, you must pay attention to the opening times, these are limited, alas...
Admission is EUR 3 (at the time of writing). That is OK. Young children will probably get bored very soon after enjoying getting locked up in the 16th century prison cell.
If you are really into Le Tréport, seeing this is a must, otherwise skipping it will not ruin your holiday.
4 based on 45 reviews
Walking in Le Treport sea front is special. The shore line is filled with very nice old houses of character, each with its own name and its own colour. Architecture is beautiful, you wont get tired of admiring all these beautiful houses. Really worth the stopover.
5 based on 13 reviews
Un appel par haut parleur pour attirer le client. On nous promet 45 minutes de balade en mer pour mieux apprécier les falaises. 11,50€ la Promenade / adulte. Nous ne sommes pas déçu. C'est superbe surtout pas mer calme. Les enfants peuvent même s'essayer à piloter le bateau ! Une belle Promenade qui vous ouvre l’appétit.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
On peut entrer gratuitement et voir les œuvres en verre faites par les artisans. Des explications sont affichées, mais on peut également demander aux artisans plus d’informations, ils répondent volontiers, on voit bien qu’ils sont passionnés par leur travail.
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