Equihen-Plage is a town in the French department of Pas-de-Calais. The Opal Coast is known for its delicious local produce and numerous restaurants. Here you can enjoy mussels with fries or a savory meal at one of the Michelin-starred restaurants. Make sure you stop by Le Bouquet, a restaurant in Equihen-Plage with a wonderful sea view. Hardelot, with its two magnificent 18-hole golf courses set in the woods (Golf des Pins and Golf des Dunes), is a dream destination for golfers, but equestrians, from novice to advanced riders, can also fulfill their holiday dreams riding or exploring the surroundings of Hardelot on horseback. Tennis is another option, with four hard courts and 2 indoor courts. Meanwhile, fans of water sports can enjoy themselves at Club Nautique d'Hardelot. Here you can go sailing, sand yachting, surfing or hire a catamaran. Hardelot (and Wimereux) is also home to many fine restaurants. Typical French cozy restaurants can be found in the old town of Boulogne-Sur-Mer, the most popular tourist destination in Pas-de-Calais. Further north you can visit Fort Mahon, where you can take beautiful walks through the dunes or along the wide beaches all the way to the mouth of the Authie. It’s best to explore this ancient city on foot.
This holiday apartment for 4 people is situated in a new building at the domain "Le Domaine Sauvage". The apartment is equipped to offer you all the comfort you may desire. It has a cozy living room with a flatscreen television. The open plan kitchen is fully equipped (fridge, microwave, dishwasher, kettle, coffee machine, pans, plates, cups, cutlery, glasses, etc). The bathroom has a bath or shower, a washbasin and a toilet. This apartment has a bedroom with double bed and a sleeping corner with a 2 level bunk bed. Our beds offer 5* sleep comfort to guarantee you will be 100% at rest.
Nausicaa, Europe's largest aquarium:Nausicaa invites visitors to take a dip into the heart of the ocean to see the sea in all its facets as well as live online. Visitors wander between dream and reality in a world that is fully focused on maritime life. The resulting roles and relationships bond man with the sea. The soundscapes provide lighting by means of an aquarium with unique shapes. Nausicaa does everything possible to turn your visit into a fantastic show. Let us show you 'the spectacle of the sea' in which man must find his place.Gastronomy on the Opal Coast:The Opal Coast is famed for its delicious regional products and countless restaurants. Enjoy mussels and French fries along with a selection of Michelin-star restaurants. And be sure to visit Le Bouquet, a restaurant with views over the sea at Equihen-Plage. Hardelot and Wimereux also boast a host of restaurants. You will find typical welcoming French restaurants in the old town of Boulogne-Sur-Mer.Get sporty in Hardelot:Hardelot is a dream destination for golf fanatics. Golf des Pins and Golf des Dunes offer two fabulous 18-hole golf courses in the heart of woodland. The Hardelot riding school is the place to be if you want to explore the area on horse-back. There is something for both advanced riders and beginners. Between the trees and the greenery, in the peaceful forest just a few minutes from the beach, young and old can gauge themselves or learn to use a racquet on the eight outdoor gravel courts, the four hard courts and the 2 covered courts. Water-lovers can take heart at the Hardelot nautical club. Here you can sail, go sand yachting, hire a catamaran and surf.History in Boulogne-sur-mer:Exploring the old town is best done on foot. The fortifications were built in the 13th century and can be accessed via four gates. In front of the Porte des Dunes, look to the right to see the Gayette Tower, a memorial to the first hot-air balloonist to attempt to cross the Channel in 1785, however he came down in Wimille. Once inside the city walls, to the right you will see an old monastery which was built in the 17th century. To the left is the court house dating back to 1852, with its neo-classical façade somewhat further up the belfry. The Basilica of Our Lady was built between 1827 and 1866 on the site of the former cathedral. You may also want to visit the museum which is housed in the castle. In this museum you will find an overview of Greek vases, collections of Egyptian antiquities, archaeological finds from the region and paintings from the 17th to the 19th century.Get some fresh air in the Somme bayThe Somme bay is one of the most beautiful natural areas in France. It is comparable with the Zwin, but covering an area of some 6,000 hectares it is rather larger. In the natural area to the north of the bay, a paradise for bird-lovers, are a host of hiking trails as well as an educational centre. To the south of the bay is Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme, a small town with a rich historical past where it is a delight to spend time strolling in the narrow streets. It's a pleasant walk to Cap Hornu, or perhaps even further on to Cap Hourdel where you can enjoy the beautiful views over the bay and Le Crotoy, the seaside resort to the north of the bay. Further to the north, you come to Fort Mahon where you can take pleasant walks through the dunes, or along the wide streets to the mouth of the Authie.
Included in the rent: the rent, VAT, linen, consumption of energy, water, etc, final cleaning, use of the TV, use of the terrace and garden furniture. Not included in the price: towel hire (€ 5 / pp) and other surcharges such as pets, service costs, tourist tax (1 euro per person per night). 1 to max 2 pets are welcome for an additional charge of €10 / pet / day, only by request and the number may vary depending on the accommodation.Arrival is between 15:00h-22:00h. If arriving later please call the main number of the owner: 0032 (0)2 588 03 03 (there is someone available to answer the phone until 22:00h). Should you have any questions: email@example.com. On the day of departure you must check-out of your holiday accommodation by 10:00 am. Cleaning must be done by the guest. Kitchen / kitchenette must be cleaned and all pans, cutlery, glasses, plates etc. should be washed, dried and put away in the cupboards. Refrigerator, freezer, microwave, coffee and tea makers should be washed. Garbage must be placed in the appropriate containers (see park plan). Bath towels and bed linen should be collected and placed in the laundry bag located in the entrance hall. Turn off all the lights and make sure all doors and windows are closed properly. The terrace / garden should be left tidy and the garden furniture (if available) placed in the repositories. If additional work such as cleaning must be performed a minimum of € 50 will be charged.Loss or degradation of the key will incur a charge of € 40.Please take into account the following: there is no reception on site. Nonetheless, three days before your arrival to the Holiday Suites you will receive an email which will contain all the necessary practical information, as well as the key codes needed for entering the building and for opening the safe. In the mentioned safe there will be an envelope addressed to you, containing the key and the number of the accommodation.A parking space is included with your reservation. Additional parking spaces can be booked on the basis of availability. An additional parking space costs € 10 per day.
Garage parking 10€ bedragpd.
Size: 3530 m2.
Amenities: Dishwasher, kettle, double bed, TV, Balcony, Terrace, cooker, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, freezer, heating, High Chairs, sofabed, 2 x single bed, Bed Linen, Pets are welcome, Free cot on request, Beach, Free Parking, Golf, No Smoking Rooms/Facilities, Refrigerator, Free parking with garage;
Bathroom, Bedroom, Kitchen
Airport - 55000 m
Bus stop - 15000 m
Sea - 500 m