Stay in our hotel and discover all the charms of Calais and the Opal Coast. Situated in the Hauts-de-France region and in the Pas-de-Calais department, Calais has numerous must-see tourist attractions:
Climb the 271 steps of this white lighthouse situated not far from the city centre, and enjoy an exceptional view over the sea.
The Tour du Guët
This is the oldest monument in Calais. Spared during the Second World War, this tower was built in the 13th century.
Immense sandy beaches punctuate the Opal Coast.Head to the Cap Blanc Nez beach in Marck for a revitalising walk or water sports.
The Cité de la Dentelle et de la mode (the Calais Lace Museum)
Rich in a glorious lace making past, Calais offers a discovery of this French symbol of luxury through this museum. Collections and exhibitions are displayed here throughout the year.
Musée 39/45: situated in Ambleteuse, this museum lets you relive the living conditions of the Second World War population. Wander about in an entirely rebuilt village!
The Museum of the Beaux-Arts
Situated in the centre of Calais, it offers an artistic discovery of the city. Discover the numerous collections of paintings, photographs and sculptures. In particular, the museum houses Flemish and English paintings.