The majestic fort Mahon (built by Vauban in the seventeenth century under the orders of Louis XIV) on the day before Ambleteuse beach and the bay of Slack and flora so special.
Located southwest of Calais Blériot-Plage is composed of two towns separated from each other by a distance of 4 km. The village of Sangatte itself and the hamlet of Blériot-Plage, or rather the hamlet of shacks, as was his name originally. On July 25, 1909, Louis Bleriot was the first aviator to cross the Channel in 37 minutes at the controls of the Blériot XI.
Boulogne-sur-Mer is the largest fishing port in France and so is a good place to discover all things related to the sea. Moreover, the France's premier centre devoted to discovering the marine world, Nausicaa is a must !
Calais is the closest French town from England (26 miles from Dover).There are many touristics places (museums, beach/city hall), but also plenty of retail outlets and warehouses.
Le Touquet Paris Plage is the most rich holiday resort of northern France. You will discover many anglo-Norman style villas nestled in the forest. Many activities to do: golf, casino, thalassotherapy...
Sangatte located 6 miles from Calais on the Channel coast. Door of the Grand Site of the two Caps and the nature park of marshes and caps opal is accessible by the A16 motorway. Resort, and deemed by Sangatte Cap Blanc-Nez in its territory but also by its spot kite surfing and windsurfing.
Cities on Opal Coast