Le Tréport The Essential
A long pebble beach, tall cliffs, the nearness of Paris and the joint attractions of the Alabaster and Opal Coasts these are some of the advantages of Le Tréport and its twin sister Mers-les-Bains [Mers-les-Bains#] in the high season. Sadly a line of concrete buildings now separates the old quarter of Cordiers from the seafront. As a consolation there are villas from 1900, a lively port, moules marinières...and the sea.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Le Tréport
Les Terrasses Calvary
Les Terrasses Calvary
Standing at the top of the cliff, it is
Église St-Jacques
Église St-Jacques
Half way up the hill, dominating the
15 minutes
Quai François Ier, Le Tréport
Quai François Ier, Le Tréport
With stalls of wholesale fish merchants,
15 minutes
Le Tréport Beach
Le Tréport Beach
A pebble beach dominated by a high cliff
15 minutes