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Busy and bustling and lots of touristy chocs, sardines, ice creams, wine etc to buy - all at very high prices, 9.20e for 2 coffees!! seriously!!
Nice designer shops but generally the architecture is a mixed bag of beauty alongside 70s ugliness
Be prepared for...More
Rue St Jean is the Main Street in Le Touquet. Good to go with family as there are many restaurants and snack bars- in particular the Au Chat Bleu, a chocolate shop which sold me the best chocolate I have ever tasted and the family...More
Le Touquet is small and this is the main drag for shops, cafes and restaurants and the prices reflect this. I found the prices much higher than in the UK for the same type of stuff, so I'd recommend window shopping and saving your Euros....More
The chocolate shops are better than Brugges.
The beach is the best on the North East coast.
The lobsters are 5 times bigger.
The beach sunbathers are well French-with a hint of Latin,
not your pale white Anglo Saxon 'goody two shoes'but hey.
This is the street in Le Touquet for shops and cafes and restaurants. Shops of all types - clothes boutiques, jewellers, chocolate shops, ice creameries, and even a shop specialising in 5inned sardines. Yes - tinned sardines.
Lots of restaurants up towards the sea end...More
Very rude staff from entry and unhelpful
Passport is needed for entry as they will not accept anything else.
It's quite small too, and when it gets busy can be hot and squashed.
Wouldn't go back here after my experience
Le Touquet is a bustling upmarket seaside resort propular with visitors from all over Europe, which explains why prices are on the expensive side regardless of whether you're shopping, eating or drinking. Although the main Rue St Jean thoroughfare is pedestrainised there are streets you...More