Our Top 10 Le Touquet Recommendations
Here are our favourite things to see and do in Le Touquet Paris Plage.
Some are well known, some not so well known. Have a look around as we have included photos, videos, information, and links.
They are in no particular order.
1. Aqualud Water Park
Le Touquet Beach. Housed under a huge glass pyramid the Aqualud water leisure centre is a giant pool with waves, ‘rocky’ slides, jacuzzis, solarium, etc. There is also an outdoor section open in summer with 3 more pools, flumes, and rides. The Black Hole and the Twister are great where the brave are ejected from the serpent’s mouth at 70 kilometres per hour and finish in a spinning centrifuge before dropping into the pool below.
The kids will love Rock River and the delights of the water cannon for shooting people in the pool. The outdoor has a large terrace with sunbeds and overlooks the sea. The all-year-round water park is kept at a temperature of 27 degrees and is one of the great water parks in France. There is a cafe inside that serves chips, burgers, and sandwiches to keep your energy up on what can be an exhausting day. Day or half-day tickets are available, kids under 1m tall go Free.
2. Go To The Beach
It is unusual to find such a beautifully stunning beach so close to the UK. Pure and fine sands that stretch on for miles. It is difficult to imagine how it would ever get crowded even in high season. . Plenty of restaurants and bars within easy reach. You will not be disappointed
4. Play Golf
Le Touquet has 3 top class courses that are well worth a visit. Many people come to the town for a golf weekend. Le Mer is a serious championship contender since it underwent an extensive redesign programme in 2015. Le Touquet Golf club has also been refurbished providing good service with great food.
4. Eat Great Food
Le Touquet has a fantastic range of restaurants ranging from traditional French through to Mediterranean. Fish is the specialty being locally caught daily. No visit would be complete without vising the famous Perard fish restaurant and buying some Fish Soup to take away.
5. Take A Horseback Riding Tour
The fabulous Equestrian Parcque in Le Touquet caters to riders of all ages. Forest Hacks to beach rides are all available with excellent guides. Riding is an excellent way to really discover Le Touquet.
6. Go To A Market
Le Touquet has a fantastic covered market selling wonderfully fresh fish and vegetables. There are many other markets in the area also worth a visit.
7. Hire A Bicycle
Le Touquet is well set up for riding a bike. It has many cycle paths throughout the town and the surrounding areas. What better way to soak up the atmosphere of this idyllic seaside town. La Baleine Royale, literally the Royal Whale, in the centre of Le Touquet has fantastic comfortable bikes for all ages. You will find extremely helpful staff with, short, long hire available. We recommend La Baleine as the go-to place for bike hire in Le Touquet.
8. Play Tennis
With the tennis club now well past its centenary year it continues to thrive as a premier tennis venue. Regular tennis tournaments and competitions are hosted throughout the year. Play a game of tennis then relax in the pool or take a cool drink on the terrace.
The Le Touquet Tennis Club has 33 courts (25 clay courts and 8 indoor courts, 3 with carpet and 5 with acrysol comfort), heated swimming pool (25 m), 2 club-houses, pro-shop, 1 central court with 900 places, ” pétanque ” field, table-tennis and 4 mini tennis courts.
All year round, proficiency courses are given by teachers and instructors at the Le Touquet Tennis Club. You may choose different courses, which take place on 5 consecutive days.
9. Go Sand Yachting
Le char à voile (Sand Yachting) Inspired by earlier activities of the famous aviator Louise Blériot the 1930’s brought sand yachting to the masses in Le Touquet Paris Plage. Henry Demoury constructed and rented out the first sand yachts with great success. Americans call it “Dirty Boating” the Kiwis call it “Sand Sailing” or even “Land Sailing” either way it’s excitement from the word go. Modern yachts can reach up to 3 1/2 times the wind speed, the current speed record is 113mph. Even in a low wind that’s a lot of fun, try it for yourself when you rent one of our self-catering holiday properties in Le Touquet.
10. Go Shopping
There are some fantastic art and boutique shops through t Le Touquet. If that all becomes too much and you need some refreshment then pay a visit to the delicious crepe shop Les Mignardises on Rue St Jean.
Or if you need a last-minute present unique to the region then try Les 3 Conserveries
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