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.
You can see the white alabaster cliffs in the background, which mirrors those of Dover across the English Channel. Or la Manche, as the French prefer to call the channel.
I really like these beach huts, which can apparently be rented during the Summer months.
Also neat is the stone imbedded into the wall that James is sitting on.
Let’s take a closer look..
Does anyone know what type of stone this is?