Hotel Equinoxe Touquet

The charm of a hotel

which puts the Opal Coast at your fingertips.

With fine sandy beaches, outstanding nature reserves, and an abundance of historic monuments, the Opal Coast offers a perfect mix of nature and culture. From Bray-Dunes to Berck, via Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, there is a succession of no fewer than 25 seaside resorts and 15 areas of outstanding natural beauty. Culturally, the region has many different visits and attractions to offer: fortifications such as those in Boulogne, the belfries of Calais and Dunkirk, lighthouses...there are so many monuments to visit, and each one is unique.

 

The Opal Coast is also a region where sport takes pride of place. You can play a round of golf, have a game of tennis, try out some water sports, or go to the water park, before tasting some local specialities and spending a peaceful night in our charming hotel.

 

Open your eyes and take in the view of the bay at Wissant, go for a hike on the footpaths in the Forest of Ecault, stop to admire the 130 metre-high cliffs at Cap Blanc-Nez, and finally, breathe in the sea air....that's it....now you know you're on holiday.

Le Touquet Paris Plage

Explore the Opal Coast

Situated in the Pas-de-Calais region, Le Touquet, a seaside resort which is famous for its 12 kilometre-long beach, is visited by around 250,000 tourists every year.

A highly popular holiday destination, Le Touquet Paris-Plage has everything you need for a delightful break on the Opal Coast.

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Tourist attractions

Explore the Pas de Calais region

Between land and sea, Le Touquet Paris Plage and the Opal Coast offer endless activities, for all the family to enjoy.

Water sports, outdoor leisure activities, visits to places of historic interests and towns. Take advantage of your stay at the hotel Equinoxe to explore the charm and the character of the Pas de Calais.

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The Pas de Calais region

Creating new horizons

A French department with a strong sense of identity, the Pas de Calais stretches across 100 km of the Opal Coast.

Its characteristic architecture and numerous historic monuments, such as the square in Arras and the belfry in Calais, bear witness to the rich history of the region. The Pas de Calais also boasts a rich cultural offering.

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