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All reviews surrounding countryside lovely walk worth the effort common sense superb views before dinner interesting town tourist office take your time short distance sheer drop town walls the main square admire the view far reaching views defensive walls tarmac path
I agree that the first thing you ought to do to visit this town is get on the rampart and walk around the town. The ramparts are impressive however, I would be very careful with children. No barriers and a vertical drop of at least...More
Been many times but is always a delight. It’s spooky how the city seems to hide from view and it’s always a surprise to find yourself on the ramparts with such amazing views over the area. It’s a comfortable stroll around and then winding through...More
An excellent way to spend your time for an evening stroll.
You can do the whole walk around or just a little as there are many on/off points.
Whichever you choose you will not be disappointed.
if you have time do visit the castile which...More
The extent and scale of the ramparts at Montreuil-sur-mer is surprising and encloses virtually all the town. There could be more information regarding when and how the ramparts were constructed. The fact that there are no guardrails makes the ramparts highly dangerous for children and...More
Highly recommended, at any time of the day, or even early evening. The wall offers beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and of the little streets of the town. It is a very, light, pleasurable walk with many benches to stop and admire the landscape.
It is easy to walk around the complete town walls and admire the views of the surrounding countryside and the steep drops off the walls.
Only a few kilometres and can be completed in less than two hours with stops to admire the views.
Hmm - lots of cobblestones I'm afraid. It's a lovely wee town but it might be a bit challenging for your wife. The ramparts are flat once you get up there - but we are talking about steep mediaeval stairs to access them... More
Hmm - lots of cobblestones I'm afraid. It's a lovely wee town but it might be a bit challenging for your wife. The ramparts are flat once you get up there - but we are talking about steep mediaeval stairs to access them. I didn't notice any accessible toilets but then I wasn't looking.
If you haven't booked already, may I suggest Berck sur Mer, a bit further down the coast? Wide promenade and lots of wheelchair users as there is some sort of disability rehab centre in town. Plus it actually is by the sea side (Montreuil is inland, the sea withdrew a few hundred years ago)