Portel Beach stretches from the city centre to the north (limit of Boulogne Sur Mer). This beautiful 1.5 km sandy beach is very popular for its many activities and daily maintenance throughout the year. The southern part is the most popular with entertainments in summer (there is also a park with games for children - extra charge), a snack and changing cabins. It is also possible to enjoy water activities in summer (paddle rentals, towed buoys...). At low tide, the beach is a playground for sand yachting (possible initiation, reasonable price).
The beach is monitored in summer (July and August) and equipped for disabled people (tiralo and sand mats - access by the sea slope at Calvary dock).
Parking is free with several car parks (however, attendance is very significant in summer).
12, Boulevard Pasteur
248 m from the beach
Hotel, starting at € 57
8 Ave Des 4 8 Et 9 Septembre 1943
354 m from the beach
2.6 km from the beach
Hotel, starting at € 44
11 Boulevard Diderot
2.7 km from the beach
Hotel, starting at € 77
The best view of Portel Beach is from Quai de la Vierge. The pedestrian promenade is pleasant despite the proximity of the road.
There is a concrete esplanade on the beach.
From the embankment, the view is amazing with a wide stretch of sand up high completed by the houses of Portel.
Below Quai de la Vierge, almost at sea level, there is a pleasant pedestrian promenade. One can reach the path of fort Heurt.
This beach is located below the center of Portel. One can see in this picture the beach slope, which offers easy access to the beach by a paved road (also accessible for disabled guests – installation of sand mats and tiralo in summer).
On the right, the beach stretches to the port and allows a view of Boulogne sur Mer.
In the main area (left), there are many activities in summer. In the foreground of the picture, there is a snack and a staircase leading to the city center. One begins to visualize Cape Alprech in the background.
Fine sand as far as the eye can see in a pleasant urban environment.
There is also a small snack with bathing huts.
Fort Heurt (managed by an association to safeguard it) is accessible at low tide (caution as water rises very quickly).
There are free places around the beach.
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