Le Touquet-Paris-Plage

Towns & Cities in Nord-Pas-de-Calais, FR

Over the first half of the 20th century, Le Touquet evolved from a wild coast on the North Sea to the most fashionable resort in northern France, a result of British investment and property development. Between the WWI and WWII, its gambling, golfing and modern architecture attracted the rich and fashionable. The preeminent architect was Louis Quetelart whose characteristic style - " Art Deco has tea with Clarice Cliff in a mock Tudor cottage"- has experienced a massive revival in recent decades.

  • "Gatsby le magnifique gaulois, les meilleurs poissons et frites du nord de la France dans une architecture Art Déco discrète et glamour."
    Travel Top 6 (FR)
  • "Der gallische Große Gatsby: frische Luft, bescheidener Glamour, Art-Deco Architektur sowie die besten Fisch & Frites der Nordküste Frankreichs. "
    Travel Top 6 (DE)
  • "A Gallic Great Gatsby; brisk air in an environment of low key glamour. Art Deco architecture and the best fish and frites anywhere on France's northern coast. "
    Travel Top 6 (EN)