Discovering the rich cultural heritage of Pas-de-Calais
Around the campsite
Around Le Grand Marais campsite, go and discover Pas-de-Calais, a region with a rich history and culture, with many tourist sites to visit. Exceptional places to discover during your next stay at the campsite.
Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, seaside resort on the Opale Coast
Le Touquet, whose official name is Le Touquet-Paris-Plage, is a seaside resort located on the Opale Coast in the Hauts-de-France region, around 200 kilometers from Paris.
It is famous for its vast sandy beaches, its preserved dunes and pine forest. Le Touquet is also known for its lively nightlife, with numerous bars, restaurants and nightclubs. There is also a casino, a racecourse and an equestrian centre.
Created at the end of the 19th century by the wealthy Parisian industrialist Hippolyte de Villemessant, Le Touquet has always retained its charm and Art Deco style, with its many historic buildings adorned with elaborate architectural details.
Le Touquet is an ideal destination for lovers of the beach, nature and Art Deco architecture, and for lovers of water sports and golf.
Around Le Grand Marais campsite
The beaches of the Opale Coast
Renting pitches allows you to enjoy the campsite facilities, in particular the large swimming pool with its paddling pool, the bar, a very large petanque area, mini-golf and a private tennis court.
The city of Boulogne-sur-Mer
The city has a charming old town and a lively fishing port. You can also visit the Nausicaa Aquarium, one of the largest aquariums in Europe.
Cap Blanc-Nez and Cap Gris-Nez
Both sites offer breathtaking views of the English Channel and coastline on a clear day. The landscapes are breathtaking.
The city of Calais
Calais is famous for its port, but it is also a historic town with a citadel, a lighthouse and a fine arts museum.
Calais lace museum
This museum is dedicated to the history of lace and the way it is produced. You can also see examples of Calais lace, known worldwide for its finesse and quality.
Valloires abbey and gardens
These gardens are famous for their beauty and diversity. They are home to many species of plants and flowers, as well as ponds and waterfalls.
This museum tells the story of the Battle of Arras during the First World War. It also houses a British military cemetery.
The ramparts of Montreuil-sur-Mer
These ramparts date from the 16th century and surround a charming medieval town. You can take a walk along the ramparts and enjoy views of the surrounding countryside.
Not to mention one of the largest colonies of seal calves to be seen in the Authie, Canche and Somme bays…
For lovers of water sports, you can enjoy : Sailing and board sports (kitesurfing, speed sailing, sand yachting, catamarans, etc.).