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Port Boulogne-sur-Mer, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France

Port Boulogne-sur-Mer is also known as Port of Boulogne sur Mer and it is situated in Calais, a town of enormous beauty and a rich heritage. Being located by the on the Northern side of the country, it is enriched by the natural areas of the English Channel. This marina specializes in fishing activities, in tourism, recreational activities and commerce. Guests of the marina will be able to live an authentic French experience on these lands and enjoy both sailing and visiting the marina and its beautiful town. The Eglilse Notre Dame, the Lighthouse, the Musee des Beaux Arts or the Parc Richelieu are some of the most attractive places in Calais. The tourists can enjoy their stay at the Ibis Calais Hotel, Holiday Inn, Mercure Calais, B&B Calais Saint Pierre, Au Mouton Blanc and many more accommodation units. This is an ideal location for both groups and families, couples or single travellers who are interested in discovering new façades of France.

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Cancellation Policy of Port Boulogne-sur-Mer : restrictive

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Attractions in Nord-Pas-de-Calais

Nord-Pas- de- Calais is a well-known region that is situated in the Picardy region and it is formed of the Department of Nord and the Department of Pas-de-Calais. This region attracts a great number of tourists every year due to the natural beauty, the historical objectives and the important inheritance that was left behind by the previous generations. The tourists who will visit these lands will discover an immensity of beauty, elegance, genuineness and diversity. Due to the closeness to the English Channel and the North Sea, the influences of Belgium and Netherlands, these lands have many stories to tell.

One of the most popular cities in Nord-Pas-de-Calais is Lille, which is also the regional capital and a city that is, without a wonder, extremely important for the French history and its society’s development. Actually, the reason why most of the tourists are gathering here is the historical and cultural heritage. This entire region is spectacular through i... more info