Evancy at the feet of Boulogne-sur-Mer. Only a 10 minute drive away, you are in the center of the historic city. Boulogne-sur-Mer lends itself as an ideal city of art and history. The attractions of the city, the walled inner-city and the various tourist spots speak volumes about local history. In addition, the city is gastronomically on good graces and houses one of the largest aquariums in Western Europe in the form of Nausicaa. Boulogne-Sur-Mer keeps you busy during the day.


Basilica of Notre Dame: inspired by Saint Paul’s Cathedral in London and Saint Louis des Invalides in Paris. Don’t forget to visit the crypt, where you can admire beautiful religious art. The crypt is not only a historical monument, but also an archaeological testimony of the city’s Roman origins.

Belfry: Romanesque architecture from the 12th century and the oldest building in Boulogne-sur-Mer. The belfry was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2005.

City hall: built under Louis XV, in 1734. Classicist style, the heraldry of the town is sculpted below the roof.

Saint Nicolas Church: built in the 12th century, the oldest church in Boulogne-sur-Mer

Casa San Martin: Musemu in honour of General Don José de San Martin, liberator of Argentina, Chile and Peru from the Spanish domination.

Maison de la Beurière: an authentic fisherman’s hut dating back to 1870, where you’re transported back in time.

Around park: 1km

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