Discovering Dunkirk, Dune de Flandre !
National Nature Reserve of the Dune Merchant
All of the dune landscapes in Flanders in an exceptional site of nearly 100 hectares, classified by the Conservatoire du Littoral.
Several hundred acres of dunes by the sea (Area Natura 2000 protected site) and historical trace milestone
Fort of Leffrinckoucke
A Fort Séré de Rivières, a trace of history nestled in the Dewulf dune, a protected natural site
Ghyvelde fossil dune
An unique dune site in Europe: an intact and preserved inland dune on the Flanders coast
Dune du Perroquet
At the border, the natural representation of this unique Flanders seaboard landscape and its coast lined with dunes: the French side like the Belgian side
Dunes de Flandre cruising school
The preferred starting point for unique yacht cruises in the North Sea. Belgian coast destination, inland seas of Holland, English cliffs ...
Battery of Zuydcoote
Blockhouses and bunkers from WW2 punctuate the coast and dunes. Present traces of a past that has the future ahead of it ...
St Pol sur Mer lighthouse
Its distinctive architecture of red brick marks the entrance to the Port of Dunkirk.
Port museum of Dunkirk
Quay collections, old boats afloat: another way of understanding the coastal universe of the Dunes of Flanders coast!
Bell towers of Dunkirk
Bell tower of St. Eloi church and the Town Hall: two of the iconic monuments in the Nord Pas de Calais, UNESCO-heritage, dominate Dunkirk
Tower of Leughenaer
The "Tower of the Liar" shone to deceive the enemy on the coastline ... It overlooks the fishing port and booths at the heart of Dunkirk.
Naval and merchant basin in the heart of the town, open sea at two steps from the exit of Dunkirk port: 3 ports and a visitor pontoon for a stopover at Dunkirk and the surrounding area.
Aerodrome of Dunkerque-Les Moëres
Two small steps from the Belgian border, the starting point for a breathtaking discovery of the Dunes de Flandre coast seen from the sky