The beautiful seaside resort of Oye-Plage is situated just half an hour from the border between Belgium and France. Oye-Plage is close to Calais and offers the joy of new apartments just 100m from the beach and around the corner from the 'Le Platier d'Oye' nature reserve. This residence is the ideal base for a trip to Wissant, Cap Gris Nez or a crossing over to England. The shoppingcentres cité de l'Europe and Marques Avenue outlet centre are close by. You will discover a wide, sandy beach, a beautiful nature reserve with unique birds, plus far-reaching and protected dune areas. Go for beautiful walks, build sandcastles, bike rides, ride horses,... there's something for everyone
These tastefully finished apartments are fitted with every possible convenience: bathroom with shower and WC, fully equipped kitchen with coffee-maker and microwave plus cable television with flat screen. In addition, our beds offer 5* sleep comfort to guarantee your optimal rest.
Type 40: apartment for max. 4 people: approx. 35 m2, living room with flatscreen tv, bedroom with 2 beds and a seperate bedroom area with bunk beds.
Just 15 minutes from Platier d'Oye are the shopping complexes Cité de l'Europe and Marques Avenue. Cité de l'Europe offers 140 boutiques for women, men and children, including Esprit, Zara and the Disney Store. Marques Avenue is a new outlet centre where you will find more than 50 designers including Hugo Boss, Lacoste,... at prices up to 80% less.
Gastronomy in the area:
In the bay of Wissant you will find traditional seafood dishes. The region is known for them and for little money, you can enjoy freshly caught seafood. Closer to Platier d'Oye, in Calais, you will find the Channel restaurant. Here you will find gastronomy at its best and can choose a bottle of wine from the largest wine cellar in northern France.
Sport and leisure:
For sport and leisure in the area, head for Sportica, the largest leisure complex on the Côte d'Opale. At Sportica you can let off steam on the roller skating track or in the fitness club. The sports hall offers squash, badminton and table-tennis. Or enjoy an evening with friends at the bowling alley! Sportica also houses a wonderful new swimming pool providing perfect refreshment for all the family. The complex also boasts a cinema so you can enjoy all the latest films.
Gravelines is a small village with a rich history. It is included in the list of 'Les plus beaux detours de France', the prettiest villages in France. Don't miss out on a visit to the old heart of the town, the Petit-Fort-Philippe promenade and take a stroll along the fortifications. During the summer, you can enjoy a trip around the fortifications.
The richness of Calais city centre is often forgotten. History was written here with 'Les Six Bourgeois de Calais', the town hall with its 75 metre high belfry and the watch tower. All the attractions are on a single line. On the square, you can visit the town hall and the Musée de la Guerre on the opposite side in the green zone. Follow Boulevard Jacquard to the round point and continue across the water. On the right-hand side you have Parc Richelieu. On the Rue Richelieu, you will find the Musée des Beaux-Arts (Museum of Fine Arts). Carry on to reach the Rue Royale. If you continue, on the left you will see the Tour du Guet on the Place d'Armes.
The bay of Wissant:
On the coast, the radiant chalk cliffs stand proudly facing their English counterparts. To name just a few: Blanc-Nez, a 134 metre high Cape of white chalk, and Gris-Nez, a grey sandstone, clay and limestone Cape measuring 45 metres high. Both Capes enclose the Bay of Wissant. At sea, in the Straits of Calais, ships are constantly coming and going. The busiest waterway in the world is precisely monitored by the large CROSS radar on Gris-Nez. The Water Seekers (Chercheurs d'eau) hiking trail allows you to discover this bay: along chalk cliffs and through the dunes to a (fresh water) marsh with shorebirds and dragonflies.
The Platier d'Oye nature reserve:
The ‘platier d'Oye’ is a natural polder that owes its existence to the sand banks that emerged at the end of the 18th century. This region was only conquered at sea in 1925, when a dyke was installed. In this beautiful nature reserve (it became one in 1987) a path has been laid that leads you through forests of sea buckthorn and alongside meadows with cows and ponies grazing, ending at a beach full of fragments of seashells. The ‘platier d’Oye’ is the first stop in France for migratory birds coming from the north. The lovely landscape with its sand dunes and misty meadows give the impression of being somewhere far away...this can't be a landscape so close to home...More than 28 types of bird are found here as well as a huge divergence in landscape, fauna and flora.
You need to pay a warrenty of €250 per bank of creditcard to our partnerorganisation. This amount will be returned within 14 days after departure.
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