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Camping in Nord/Pas-de-Calais

21 campsites in France, Nord - Pas-de-Calais

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This delightful site, close to the Channel ports and the A26 and A16 autoroutes, is on the outskirts of Licques (1 km to the village)...

De La Vallée is situated in a rural location, in the area known as the Terre des Deux Caps (land of the two headlands). The...

Camping Bal is a natural site laid out in 4.5-hectare grounds and adjacent to Hotel Bal. The site is within easy reach of the A2...

This excellent and spacious, family run site is set in the grounds of a 19th-century château. It is great campsite when you’re travelling via Calais...

Le Castel Camping de La Bien-Assise is a mature and well developed campsite, the history of la Bien-Assise goes back to the 1500s. There are...

Camping La Foret, Stella Plage, is very conveniently situated for Channel hopping visits to north-eastern France, as a first stop once off the ferry at...

Family-friendly Camping Le Mont Des Bruyères sits pretty much in the very centre of the Scarpe-Escaut Regional Natural Park, which should also tell you something...

L’Eté Indien is located near the resort of Wimereux, a little to the north of Boulogne. It offers a quiet and tranquil environment in which...

Convenient for the ferry port at Calais, this is a peaceful little site with 84 pitches. Many are taken by privately owned holiday homes, but...

This is a fairly peaceful, extensive campsite in a natural woodland setting, 4 km. from a large sandy beach. Following on from reception is a...

La Paille Haute is quietly situated in a small village overlooking beautiful countryside, yet easily accessed from the A1, A2 and A26 autoroutes. It is...

This small site on the Côte d’Opale is very convenient for the Calais ferries and Eurotunnel as well as being just a few minutes from...

Ferme des Saules is a family-friendly site, half a kilometre from the Belgian border and 20 minutes' drive from Ypres. Guests are welcome to wander...

Within about 15 minutes drive of Boulogne and only five minutes by car from the long sandy beach at Hardelot, this modern site has 7...

Les Tourterelles is a family run site for mobile homes and chalets only. It is a short drive from the busy seaside town of Berck-sur-Mer...

Rest and relaxation are the order of the day at this friendly, family oriented site close to a nature reserve and the Opal Coast (Sainte-Cécile...

Camping la Dune Blanche is a member of the Village Center group and can be found between Le Touquet and Hardelot. This is a spacious...

Whether en route to or from the channel ports, or wishing to spend time visiting the World War One cemeteries, this site offers cheap, spacious...

This is a very friendly, pleasant site, under new ownership, in the department du Nord with a strong Flanders influence. There is a really warm...

This very large mobile home and chalet site is situated on the edge of Berck-sur-Mer, just 150 m. from the extensive, clean sandy beaches which...

Nord/Pas-de-Calais

Nord/Pas-de-Calais, with its lush countryside and market towns, is much more than just a stop off en-route to or from the ports. The peaceful rural unspoilt charms of the region provide a real breath of fresh air.

It is most likely that you will both arrive and leave France via this region through the ports of Calais or Boulogne, whether by ferry or via the Tunnel. Centuries of invaders from the north as well as from Britain have influenced the development of the area and from a more recent age, the region around Flanders and the Somme is imprinted with the battles of two Great Wars. The area, however, is predominately rural. Inland and south are long vistas of rolling farmland broken by little rivers and well scattered with pockets of woodland.

The coastline is characterised by sandy beaches, shifting dunes and ports. It is a quiet and sparsely populated area with peaceful villages and churches that provide evidence of the glorious achievements of French Gothic architecture. Boulogne is home to Nausicaa, the world’s largest sea-life centre and from Cap Griz-Nez you may be able to see the White Cliffs of Dover. There are also many huge hypermarkets where you can stock up on wine, beer and cheese.