La Tour du Guà«t
Built during the 13th century the Tour du Guet is the oldest monument of the city. In spite of collateral damages caused by the two World War I and II, The Tour du Guet still exists and kept its beauty.
Eglise Notre-Dame de Calais
Discover this lovely church built in a Tudor style during the 13th century. This building is unique in France thanks to its british perpendicular style and the central place of its bell tower.
Phare de Calais
Built in 1848, Calais' white lighthouse is one the symbols of the city. It became a Monument Historique since 2011.
Musée Mémoire 39/45
Relive events of this dark period of the French history thanks to articles, photos and objects of the daily life.
Only 10 minutes away from Calais, this park has different tree-top itineraries, a zip line, an aero jump area and a mini golf.
Le Parc Saint-Joseph
Find out how people lived back in the 1900's! Walk through this village and discover various crafts and fascinating places with your family.
Musée des Beaux Arts
This fascinating museum first opened in 1961 and hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions of paintings, drawings and sculptures. Activities are also available for children.