Among the many coastal towns along the Alabaster Coast, Le Tréport lives to the rhythm of the sea.
The town is bustling with life all year round. Its commercial port, its marina and its fishing port attract crowds of onlookers who stroll in the streets and along the quays. 

The population triples in summer! Visitors wander along the seafront, taking pictures of the highest chalk cliffs in Europe (106 metres - 348 ft.). Some learn to sail or to paddle a kayak with one of the various water sports clubs in town, or go surfing and windsurfing. The Sea Festival, the Herring Festival and the Mussel Festival are all popular events that attract numerous visitors. The Casino also draws many tourists, as well as the cultural activities or the beach huts available for hire. There is something to suit everyone!

 You can take the funicular railway to park easily on the top of the cliffs and arrive directly in the famous Cordiers' Neighbourhood. If you want to explore more, you will then reach the fish market where you will find all the shellfish, fish and seafood specialties you want. Don't forget to try the "omelette tréportaise", a specialty from Le Tréport made with mussels and prawns.

 The cliffs are lit up, as soon as it is dark until 2 o'clock in the morning, every night from June to September and on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from October to May: a must-see spectacle.