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Guînes

Rue Clémenceau (main street)

Guînes

La Tour de l'Horloge (The Clock Tower)

Guînes

Tree top adventure

Guînes

St Joseph Village

Courtebourne

The Fishing Ponds

Calais

The Town Hall and its Belfry

Calais

Lace and Fashion Museum

Le Grand Site des Deux Caps

Cap Blanc-Nez

Le Grand Site des Deux Caps

Cap Gris-Nez

Shopping Mall

Cité Europe

Sangatte

Sailing Base 'Tom Souville'

Boulogne-sur-Mer

View of the Cathedral

Boulogne-sur-Mer

Nausicaa

Wimereux

The Beach

Le Touquet

Aqualud

La Panne

Plopsaland

War Museum

La Coupole

V2 base

War Museum

La Forteresse de Mimoyecques

Secret V3 base

War Museum

Le Blockhaus d'Eperlecques

V1 and V2 base

Paris

Disney Land

Guînes

The campsite is in the small village of Guînes (pronounced "Geen") only a 10 minute walk away from the centre. This village has a market every Friday morning and is worth a visit. Nearby, there are many things to do...

La Tour de l'Horloge (The Clock Tower)

La Tour de l'Horloge is in the centre of Guînes and isn't an ordinary museum... In this very special place, you can learn while having fun! Great for all ages!

The Forest of Guînes

Not far from the campsite is the forest of Guînes, an ideal place for walking, cycling, or horse riding!

Tree Top Adventure

This adventure park has courses for all levels. For a great time in the middle of the forest, high in the trees...

St Joseph Village

Travel back in time to the 1900's... Discover this village, entirely built by a family of carpenters...

Les Etangs de Courtebourne (Courtebourne Ponds)

For a whole day, or just half a day, fish salmon trout with friends or family, in a peaceful setting.

 

Calais

La Bien Assise is 12km away from the town of Calais. There is a bus stop just outside the site which will take you directly to Calais town centre. From there, you can take a little bus, which is free of charge, and will take you through the town and to the beach. There are many things to see in Calais, like 'la Tour du Guet' (the old lighthouse), 'la Place d'Armes', (a town square), the Citadel and its forts, Notre Dame Church, the lighthouse, the theatre, the town hall and its belfry...

Cité Internationale de la Dentelle et de la Mode de Calais (The Lace and Fashion museum)

Located in the Saint-Pierre district, the historic heart of Calais lace making, the International City of Lace and Fashion is accommodated in an authentic collective factory typical of the 1870s. At the height of its activities, the Boulart factory – named after its builders – had 80 tulle and lace looms in constant operation.

Acquired by the Municipality in 1987, the site, an irreplaceable piece of our architectural heritage, has been restored throughout, and enlarged by addition of a contemporary extension whose flowing lines were designed by Moatti et Rivière. Its glass facade, screen-printed with Jacquard card motifs, gives the premises a new identity, determinedly turned towards the future.

Collections are exhibited over a surface area of some 2500 m2, divided up into five galleries highlighting the know-how and techniques behind lace making, the uses to which lace has been put, and its place in the world today in such fields as fashion, design, and applied arts.

The City is host to a whole range of events all year long – including temporary exhibitions in the imposing glass-roofed hall, lectures and parades in the auditorium, and introductory workshops in lace making techniques and in fashion and design creation.

Le Grand site des Deux Caps

Le Grand Site des Deux-Caps is a natural reserve containing two cliffs, the Cap Blanc-Nez and the Cap Gris-Nez. It was the first place in France to be classed as a 'Grand Site National'. The view from the cliffs is breathtaking... Thousands of visitors come here every year.

Shopping Malls La Cité Europe and l'Usine Designer Outlet

La Cité Europe is a shopping mall with 140 shops, inaugurated in 1995, dedicated to fashion for men, women and children, present ideas, hypermarket, cinema and restaurants.

L'Usine Côte d'Opale is in Coquelles - town of the Channel Tunnel - less than 5 minutes from the town centre of Calais. Inaugurated in 2003, this modern building in the shape of a semi-circle, has access to a small park.
L’Usine Côte d’Opale is the new shopping destination where 80 brands can be found at a great price.

Sailing base Tom Souville

This sailing base, in Sangatte will allow you to practice all sorts of water sports like wind surfing, optimist, canoeing...

Swimming Pool Synthetic Ice Staking Rink ICEO

In the ICEO swimming centre, there is a sports pool, and an activities pool where you can do aquagym, aquaboxing and aquastep...There is also a fun pool with a slide and water features (river rapids, geyser, water canon, waterfalls, aquatic benches and massaging jets), a paddling pool, a bubble bath, and a deep diving pool. There is also a wellness centre which offers hammam and sauna, and a gym area. When the weather is nice, there is an outside pool, with slides and a mini golf.

The ICEO synthetic ice rink is 1200 m² and has a DJ and disco lights… Themed evenings and parties are organised as well as ice skating lessons for adults and children. 

 

Boulogne-sur-Mer

Twenty nine kilometres from the site is the town of the first fishing port of France, classed as a historical and arts town: Boulogne-sur-Mer. Visit the 'Château musée' (Castle Museum), the Belfry, the Basilica, fishermen's memorial....

Nausicaa

Nausicaä's mission is to "make you discover and love the sea, essential for life, and source of today's and tomorrow's riches". Nausicaä is described not only as an aquarium, but also as a cultural scientific centre, dedicated to discovering the underwater world. This is interesting and fun and aims to improve man's relationship with the sea. As well as giant aquariums, there are also films and temporary exhibitions, conferences...

Wimereux

Great sea side resort famous for its authenticity, the beauty of its villas, and promenade... Take a walk along the beach front, relax, and make the most of the sea air... Whilst in Wimereux, why not try a round of golf at the Wimereux Golf Club?

Wissant

Another sea side resort between Calais and Boulogne-sur-Mer, worth a visit.

 

Le Touquet

Sea side resort 64km from the campsite, chic and trendy, offering pedestrian streets, cafés, restaurants, bars, and a beautiful beach.

Aqualud

This indoor-outdoor water park is fun for adults and children.

 

La Panne, Belgium

Thanks to the A16 motorway, we are only 1 hour away from La Panne sea side resort in Belgium, and its theme park Plopsaland.

 

War Museums

During the wars, our region suffered and still caries the scars. With many cemeteries, monuments and museums it's possible to discover lots about this dark period of history...

La Coupole, Saint-Omer

La Coupole, situated 5 km away from Saint-Omer (Pas-de-Calais), is one the the most impressive WW2 memorials, because of its huge size, the underground atmosphere, and the suffering of the people forced to build it...

La Forteresse de Mimoyecques

As an underground launch site, the Forteresse de Mimoyecques is one of the most impressive edifices imagined by Hitler. Located a few kilometres from Cap Gris-Nez, in Landrethun-le-Nord, at locality of "Mimoyecques", this secret base was expected to be used for the installation of the giant underground V3 super gun. Like other V-weapons (Vergelstungwaffe), the V3 was foreseen to bomb England, especially London. The site wes shelled by the Royal Air Force, on July 6th 1944 with Tallboy bombs, which put an end to the grave threat for Londoners.

Le Blockhaus d'Eperlecques

Undeniable authentic and moving place of memory, The Eperlecques blockhaus, today, is a sign of peace, and was the first blockhause to be classed as historical.

Eperlecques is the only town of France where a V1 and a V2 base coexisted.

Musée Historique 39-45 Ambleuteuse

On the coast road, few kilometers from Boulogne-sur-Mer, between Calais and Wimereux, the WW2 museum is Ambleteuse offers you, on 800m², an amazing visit on the last world confilct, from the Poland Campaign to the Japanese capitulation.

Over 120 models dramatically recreate the carious campaigns and thousands of items are displayed here. 

A film in a 40's cinema will bring you back to the allied landing in Normandy.

Musée de la Guerre de Calais 

Situated in Parc Saint Pierre opposite the Town Hall of Calais, this museum used to be a transmission centre for the German Navy.

 

Paris-Bruxelles-Londres-Lille

Only 8km from the international Calais-Fréthun train station, London is only an hour away and Brussels is only 2 hours away by Eurostar, Paris is 2 hours away, and Lille 30 minutes by TGV.

 

Disney Land

Accessible by TGV, then by the RER underground, or only a three and a half hour drive.

 
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