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Walks and rides through open countryside
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The Opal Coast
A land of greenery
Artois, the land of history
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Calais is the main French ferry port, with a non-stop ballet of passing boats. But it is also the capital of the lace world!
Saint-Omer, where marsh water washes around the traditional houses in the Lyzel and Haut-Pont districts, is a medieval-style town
With a rich heritage deserving of its enviable classification as a « Town of Art and History », the old fortified town bears witness to this name in stone...
Arras is in the Artois area, where the Scarpe and Crinchon rivers meet.
All the monuments in Montreuil-sur-Mer are open to the public: the city walls, citadel, abbey…
Béthune is built on a modest 42 metre high promontory, the last swell of the Artois hills to the south