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Campsite Opal Coast France

Discover the Opal Coast with our 4-star campsite in Hauts de France

From the Belgian border to the edge of the Baie de Somme, the Côte d'Opale enchants you with 120 km of beaches, some of the most beautiful in France, dunes and cliffs that blend the bright green of the meadows with the bluish grey of the waves. Take a tour of the Côte d'Opale, with its flower-filled villages and lush green valleys, and contemplate a dreamlike panorama. Discover an area of sea, land, stone and history.

Campsite 30 minutes from Calais

The Pas-de-Calais Château du Gandspette campsite **** is 30 minutes from the town of Calais, which offers many historic monuments to see or visit, such as the Watchtower, the Place d'Armes, the Citadel and the Forts, Notre Dame Church, the Lighthouse, the Theatre, the Town Hall Belfry, the Cité Internationale de la Dentelle et de la Mode de Calais...

Camping Pas-de-Calais

La Cité Europe shopping centre and Channel Outlet Store

La Cité Europe is a shopping centre located in Coquelles, close to the town of Calais, the Eurotunnel terminal and the A16 motorway. Channel Outlet store : a large shopping centre with more than 140 boutiques offering major brands, where more than 80 well-known brands await you all year round.

The Grand site des Deux Caps

Cap Gris-Nez is the closest point on the French coast to England, and Cap Blanc-Nez features cliffs over 130 metres high. Together, thesetwo Capes form a major natural tourist attraction in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. It was the first in France to be classified as a Grand Site National.


Situated between Cap Gris-Nez and Cap Blanc-Nez, Wissant was a major fishing and passenger port for many years before being completely destroyed in the 18th century. Since then, it has become a quiet little town with one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe. It's a paradise for windsurfers and kitesurfers, internationally renowned for its speed-sailing and kayaking spots.

Camping Nord-Pas-de-Calais


50km from the campsite, discover Boulogne-sur-Mer, France's leading fishing port, classified as a town of art and history. Visit the Château museum, the Belfry, the Basilica, the sailors' calvary... Nearby, you can explore the town of Le Touquet and Étaples, a port town, not forgetting Montreuil-sur-Mer (a town of history and culture) with its ramparts, the citadel, the Saint-Saulve abbey church and picturesque streets.


A natural, family-friendly seaside resort. Come toBerck-sur-Mer to enjoy the sunshine and breathe in the fresh air of the Pas de Calais! For nature lovers, you can admire the seals on the edge of the Baie de Somme and the Parc du Marquenterre. The Parc du Marquenterre is a bird park on the edge of the Baie de Somme. The international kite festival. The Bagatelle amusement park is a great place to have fun with family and friends! 26 hectares of seaside fun for all the family. Surprising attractions, fascinating shows and festive entertainment...

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Boulogne-sur-Mer is home to a national centre dedicated to the marine world, Nausicaa : the largest aquarium in France, with over 35,000 species of aquatic animals represented. Nausicaa's mission is to help visitors discover and better appreciate the sea, a place to learn and understand while dreaming! Nausicaa offers a visit that's fun, educational and scientific, with the aim of raising visitors' awareness of the need for better management of the oceans and their resources.

Camping Nord-Pas-de-Calais


On a clear day, you can clearly see the white cliffs of Dover. These days, Wimereux, this charming town, is best known for its seafront, its sandy beach, its sporting activities and its pretty beach huts.

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