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Promenades en Mer au Treport

Le Treport, France
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Promenades en Mer au Treport
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r0landbrunner wrote a review Aug 2020
Zurich, Switzerland1644 contributions602 helpful votes
Le Tréport is another little seaside town in Normandy, busy with tourists especially along the waterfront, where restaurants line up waiting for customers. off the road along the seaside it gets more quiet and once you leave the small center, you will hardly meet any tourist anymore.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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superswift wrote a review Apr 2019
Bologna, Italy2049 contributions343 helpful votes
It’s pleasant even in the wind to walk in the little streets looking at the cliffs and sea, with high waves, seagulls, ducks in flocks
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Natalie G wrote a review Aug 2018
Cabterbury4 contributions
Le Tréport was a pretty port town with an abundance of seafood. The Funiculaire was an interesting mode of transport from the stunning view up at the cliff top. Enough to do for a young family for the day.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Brazil_8 wrote a review Oct 2017
Sao Paulo, SP156 contributions73 helpful votes
Walking in Le Treport sea front is special. The shore line is filled with very nice old houses of character, each with its own name and its own colour. Architecture is beautiful, you wont get tired of admiring all these beautiful houses. Really worth the stopover.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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ElenaVirginia wrote a review Jun 2017
Cluj-Napoca, Romania83 contributions31 helpful votes
A quiet and very Normandy style village. You can visit the center in less than 1 hour including the Promenade en Mer which is beautiful and I recall that the color of the sea was very nice. All in all, if you happen to be close by, give it a chance.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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