Le Touquet

Le Touquet, an English-style seaside resort, has maintained its old-world charm thanks to its retro villas nestling among the pines. Located in a verdant setting, Le Touquet has a beach twelve kilometres long. Enjoy an exceptional location by booking a stay in the city’s Novotel hotels. Situated between the English Channel, the Canche estuary and the forest, Le Touquet offers an unparalleled natural experience. Dubbed the Garden of the Channel, the city offers visitors a forest of 800 hectares where you can enjoy a ramble on foot, by bike or on horseback. You will also discover the Touquet museum, home to paintings by artists of the Étaples school, but also a few contemporary works. For a visit to the past, go to the avenue du Verger with its Art Deco villas and buildings. To catch a glimpse of 20th century architecture, walk along the boulevard Daloz, where the villas try to outdo each other in originality, before a leisurely spell on Le Touquet beach. Do not miss the turrets and crenels of the Swiss village and the covered market. Le Touquet is also a cultural city which hosts important events throughout the year, such as the International Music Festival, horse races and car rallies. Our Novotel Hotel welcomes you to a stay on the water’s edge for a change of scene.

Our hotels in Le Touquet

3-4 star hotels

1.37 k.m from the city centre

Enjoy the comfortable rooms of the hotel by the dunes or within view of the sea. For a relaxing weekend with two or the family, treat yourself to a wa...

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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