Need to flee the city and disconnect from everyday life? The Pas-de-Calais is full of small green paradises to recharge your batteries in the countryside. Discover an authentic rural and natural heritage. Escape into the heart of green landscapes and let yourself be seduced by the local biodiversity. With 150 kilometres of coastline bordered by the sea, Nord-Pas-de-Calais is an ideal holiday and holiday destination! 3 territories, the Opal Coast, Marshes and Valleys and Around the Louvre-Lens. The largest beaches in France such as Escalles and Wissant, small picturesque fishing villages, attractive seaside resorts such as Berck or Wimereux, classified landscapes, preserved fauna and flora. The northern coast has all the assets to seduce you, the lovers of the sea. Arras is also an exceptional city thanks to its two magnificent squares of the Belfry and the Citadel, both listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites! Finally, let us not forget Calais, the gateway to England, well known for its lace.

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When to go to Pas-de-Calais? Whether you are more interested in festivals, sales, carnivals, or sporting and cultural gatherings, the major festivals follow one another all year round on the regional agenda. Borrowing the famous cobblestones of Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Paris-Roubaix is one of the most beautiful bicycle races in the world. It is also a great popular festival that attracts spectators from all over the world every year in April, all along its route. Every 1st weekend in August, the crowd settles in Aulnoye-Aymeries and gives it the look of an intramural Woodstock version. The Secret Nights Festival has been part of the regional landscape for almost 15 years. So many events in the Pas-de-Calais!

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