Le Tréport, the seaside resort, a jewel of the Belle-Epoque dotted with multicoloured villas and animated by the fishing port. Both offer surprising walks where the curious will enjoy unearthing the most original ceramic plaques or letting themselves be charmed by the sweet scent of the roses of the Château d'Eu.
Like all the marine cities of the Alabaster Coast, Le Tréport lives to the rhythm of the sea ...
Le Tréport is a real fishermen's town, which seduces by its authenticity. It inspired the pre-impressionist painter Antoine Vollon and the Englishman Turner who was visiting Louis-Philippe.
Le Tréport attracts many visitors who like to stroll along the quays, in the alleys and along the waterfront. While some photograph the highest chalk cliffs in Europe others learn to sail or kayak. Full of life and colour, the town of Le Tréport is lively and welcoming. Sea Festival, Herring Festival or Mussel Festival...so many events that make the marine city famous.
Unique, the seafront is a magnificent postcard: the succession of villas with Belle Epoque architecture is a jewel full of colours and curiosities.
Green resort and classified Fun and Sports City, the city offers many activities and multiple shops on the "meadow". The "holiday at the beach" atmosphere also comes from the 600 or so cabins installed on the pebbles from May to October.
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Known for the Château Louis-Philippe, the city of Eu has long and beautiful stories to tell.
Between Baie de Somme and Côte d'Albâtre, the town of Eu, located in the heart of the Bresle Valley, deserves more than a simple detour. An archaeological site and historical monuments, the royal city surprises by its heritage.