Cap d'Alprech
Le Portel

Cap d'Alprech

Opal coast
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Located to the south of a highly urbanised and densely populated area, the site of Cap d'Alprech offers up the contrasting image of a "little Celtic end of the earth". Bounded to the north by the Cap d'Alprech, which rises to an altitude of 50 m, the cliff is cut off to the south by the Ningles creek, surrounded by wet meadows lined with dry-stone walls. Recent history has disrupted this harmony: various blockhouses recall the strategic importance of this high point overlooking the bay of Boulogne. From the trail, you can admire a breath-taking view of the sea and the white sandy coves dotted along the site.

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Eden 62
2 rue Claude - BP 113

Discover our programme of activities :

  • Towns crossed : Le Portel


  • Hiking trail
  • Dogs on a leash allowed
  • Bicycle not allowed
  • Horseback riding prohibited
  • 2 and 4-wheeled motorised vehicles prohibited
  • Danger of cliff subsidence

Information desks

Office de Tourisme de Boulogne-sur-Mer

Parvis de Nausicaa - Bd Sainte Beuve, 62200.0 BOULOGNE-SUR-MER

www.tourisme-boulognesurmer.cominfo@tourisme-boulognesurmer.com03 21 10 88 10

2 rue Claude, 62240 DESVRES 21 32 13 74

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