In Bergues, only a 25 minutes drive away from Bray-Dunes, you can go on a real Ch’ti tour! During this tour, you’ll visit the most emblematic locations of the movie, you’ll get everything to know about Philippe and Antoine and you’ll hear plenty of funny anecdotes… The tour takes approximately 1,5h. Afterwards, you can ofcourse buy a “Ch’ti biloute” or a “Ch’ti” bread.
Le Parc des Hures is a 2-hectare area, the place to be for sport lovers. You can play football, basketball and handball here.
At only twenty minutes of Evancy Équihen-Plage, you can find various forts and monuments dedicated to Napoleon.
At only a 20 minutes drive away from your holiday residence, just past Calais, you can find Cité Europe: a huge shopping mall with 140 stores, numerous restaurants, a cinema and a bowling alley.
The coast line of the French Opal Coast is dominated by the Cap Blanc-Nez and the Cap Gris-Nez, beautiful cliffs of chalk near the city of Calais.
At only a 20 minutes drive away from your holiday residence, just past Calais, you can find the Channel Outlet Store : one of the biggest outlet stores in France.
In the Bay of Wissant, you can find the shining and impressive chalk cliffs, right opposite their English colleagues. The best known is the Cape Blanc-Nez.
PAarc de L’Aa is a recreational park in Gravelines, 10 min drive away from Evancy Oye-Plage offering a perfect combination between sport, nature and relaxation.
Ready to sport and have some fun? Don’t look further and go to Sportica, the biggest recreation complex of the Opal Coast. Indoor rollerskating, bowling, squash and badminton… They have it all!
This immense nature reserve lays just around the corner of Evancy Oye-Plage and is the ideal destination to go hiking or to ride a bike, while enjoying the beautiful scenery.
At Parc Galamé, you can relax the whole year long in a green environment: go on a nice walk, learn more about biodiversity and so much more!
These two little villages are almost each other’s mirror image, only separated by the river ‘Aa’. Take your time to wander around in these charming villages.
In the heart of the Opal Coast, between Calais and Dunkirk, lays one of the most beautiful villages of France: Gravelines. This historical town is completely walled and surrounded by canals.
The Lindeboom festival is a traditional music festival that lasts for 4 days. The concerts are for free and you can discover established artists, but also new talent.
People often forget the wealth of downtown Calais. The city centre proves that Calais is more than just the channel tunnel and the port.
Saint-Joseph village is a reconstruction of a village from the early 1900. Here you can see how old crafts come to life again: the blacksmith, a forge, ...
France is known for its delicous wine, pastry and… for its haute couture of course! Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent and Givenchy are only a few, but famous examples.
Discover forest adventure park Passion d’Aventure in the woods of Guînes, at only 30 minutes of Evancy Oye-Plage.
Near Evancy Oye-Plage, there are plenty of outdoor activities to do. The Base Nautique Jean Binard is situated on the sea dike of Gravelines.