King Edward VII Fountain

This heritage monument was commissioned in 1912, dedicated to the memory of King Edward VII. It originally included bronze cups on chains, but they were taken by thieves and never replaced. Edward VII was the eldest son and second child of Queen Victoria and her husband Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Known for the […]

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Le Tréport Beach

Pebbly and surrounded by high cliffs, the beach at Le Tréport is typical of the seaside towns along Côte d’Albâtre. We arrived at dinnertime, so there weren’t too many people around. That, combined with cloudy sky, made it feel quite moody. I really like these beach huts, which can apparently be rented during the Summer […]

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View From Above

The fishing town of Le Tréport is split into two parts; one being at sea level and built around the area where the Bresle River meets the ocean – and the other being on top of the striking white cliffs. Before descending by funicular, we spent some time taking in the beautiful views. – Marla

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Hotel Trianon

On the upper level of Le Tréport, we noticed these stairs. They looked out of place, surrounded by a stunning vista but seemingly going nowhere. It turns out that they were once part of Hotel Trianon, a grand hotel turned WW1 British Military Hospital. Later, during WW11 the German forces bombed the site. All that […]

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Le Tréport’s Funicular

Take a (free) ride up or down Le Tréport’s funicular, which joins the upper and lower parts of the town. The ride, at less than 2 minutes, cuts through a tunnel in the cliff on a 155 metre long track.

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