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Buckets of fun and culture in spades, sea-side Calais is waiting for you. Come and discover the shores of this maritime destination with Premiere Classe.

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Overlooking the Strait of Dover, the narrowest point of the English Channel, Calais has the main port of transport between France and England. The city has been historically linked to both countries since the Middle Ages, once being described as a jewel in the English crown. With numerous sites of interest and both the old and new quarters of the city creating atmosphere, it’s hardly surprising that Calais has more than 10 million visitors each year.

Making its name during the 19th and 20th centuries with the trade of lace, tin and wool, Calais’ port is still one of the busiest in Europe, helping to create a constant feeling of hustle and bustle and ensuring you’ll never struggle to stay entertained. Situated in the heart of the city, Premiere Classe Calais Centre- Gare is the perfect starting point for your holiday.

A two-day break
Start your break with a visit to the Six Burghers Sculpture, commemorating the six notables who wanted to give their lives to save the population of besieged Calais in 1347. Then take a look around the stunning Town Hall, a UN Heritage Site and which hosted Charles de Gaulle’s marriage in 1921. Move on to the famous theatre built in the style of Louis XIV or stroll through the Courgain maritime, a picturesque little fishing village near the port.

A week-long stay
Within a week you should try and see the Lace and Fine Arts Museum which was built in 1968 to replace the Fine Arts Museum that was destroyed during the war. Why not visit la Citadelle, a former fortress which has been turned into a sports stadium. Don’t miss the Notre Dame church or the lighthouse in Courgain - climb the 271 steps and get a panoramic view of the sea and city. If you like history, then visit the 16th century Fort Risban for another interesting day out.

A family holiday
Kids will love exploring Calais’ War Museum, built in a real WWII bunker. If the weather suits, then head down to the Saint-Pierre Park, where you can cycle or learn archery. The cliffs of Cap Blanc Nez and the beaches of Blériot Plage can keep the whole family entertained for hours and Fort-Nieulay provides a real treat. Calais is filled with things to do: choose from bowling, hiking or horseridin and that’s just to name a few!

To get to Calais you can fly to Calais-Dunkerque Airport, which is 5km away in Marck. Ferries from Dover to Calais take roughly 90 minutes. The A16 and A26 motorways running through the city provide easy access from London, Brussels or Paris as do the TGV Nord service and Eurostar train. The city can be explored on bike or through the local bus network.

Calais is a sea-food lover’s delight! The surrounding regions and natural setting have had a great influence on the food in this city, which takes inspiration from English, Flemish and French cuisine. Mussels, scallops and fresh fish can be found in many restaurants and traditional desserts include the brown sugar tart – you won't be able to resist!

Although there are many events happening all year round, the Christmas Market is among the most famous and popular. Delicious festive treats such as Ostrich pate and crunchy Rond de Saint Nicolas biscuits can be bought along with other art and craft items at the 100s of stalls set up outside the town hall.

Interesting fact
Calais is famed for its production of lace. Starting in 1838, the lace industry grew to the point where it dominated in the world. The tradition actually came from England and in 1816 looms for lace making were smuggled into Calais from Nottingham. The delicate cloth is still produced today and is still quite sought-after by designers such as Christian Dior, Calvin Klein and Jean-Paul Gaultier.

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