Come to a luxurious campsite in the Hauts de France for a relaxing holiday, near Calais. A well-deserved break with the luxury of the indoor swimming pool and fully-equipped rental accommodation. Discover the local specialities at the restaurant.Discover
Between wild landscapes, gourmet restaurants and unspoilt sites, Pas-de-Calais is the ideal destination for those who love slow tourism. It's your turn to discover the treasures of northern France…
Camping holidays in Pas-de-Calais: discover the treasures of the Opal Coast
Have you chosen a campsite on the Opal Coast? Your new playground stretches for a hundred kilometres! The programme includes endless beaches, paths through the dunes and on top of the cliffs, charming seaside resorts... More sporty visitors can enjoy sailing, diving or surfing. Lovers of walks to the sound of the waves and the cry of seagulls can opt for walks between Cap Blanc Nez and Cap Gris Nez. Enjoy contemplating more? You can relax on the sand and enjoy ice cream on the promenade in Berck, Wimereux or Boulogne-sur-Mer.
Heritage route in the towns of Pas-de-Calais
Have you had your fill of fresh air? You can now fully enjoy the cities of the north... If you have chosen a campsite near Calais, you will be able to see the finely chiselled architecture of the town hall, the belfry and the Rodin sculpture built in a charming garden. In Wimereux, the colourful facades of the houses invite you to a photo session, while in Lens, you will be made to feel welcome at the Louvre Museum branch for an exciting cultural visit...
The Pas-de-Calais specialities will find a place on your table
Your stay at a campsite in the Hauts de France is also the perfect opportunity to treat yourself and spend convivial time around the table with your family or friends. Your stay at a campsite in the Hauts de France is also the perfect opportunity to treat yourself and spend convivial time around the table with your family or friends. Would you like a little 'fricadelle'? This dish, based on chips and sausages, also contains a few secret ingredients, which you can try to decipher as you taste the dish. You can also try a plate of 'Welsh', made with cheddar cheese, eggs, mustard and beer, a Flemish 'carbonade' or a nice slice of 'maroilles' cheese. If you still have some space left, opt for a delicious sugar pie, also called 'tarte au chuc' in the region.