A stone's throw away from the UK, but still very French. Nord-Pas-de-Calais is home to a variety of landscapes and places of interest. This means only one thing for holidaymakers: enjoyment. Lille, also affectionately known as 'the Paris of the North', is attractive for art and culture lovers.
If you take a drive along the coast, history comes to life. The First and Second World Wars left their traces and these can now be visited in the form of a memorandum, various cemeteries and other memorials. In this region you can make beautiful walks and bike rides. In the north over the plains, in the south through the hills. The interior is green. On the coast the cliffs are wild and the sea is rough. Mussels with fries is a specialty and Maroilles cheese is made in this province. Campsites come in all shapes and sizes. A quiet campsite on Val Joly lake for example, but also family campsites on the coast you will find a lot here.
See the campsites that Allcamps has to offer close to Calais: