Contrasting, multiple, the Hauts-de-France region includes the former regions of Nord-Pas-de-Calais and Picardy. The Hauts-de-France region offers both a festive and friendly image and a rich history and heritage.
A region to discover!
The Hauts-de-France is Lille with Flemish influences, Dunkirk and Lenghenaer tower or belfry, emblem of the region, Arras with its cathedral, its beautiful baroque square, the Abbey St Vaast and the citadel Vauban . It is also the Boulonnais , with its seaside resorts, its cities of art and history or its regional natural park.
Among the classified cities of art and history of the region, one also finds Amiens, Laon, Beauvais, Abbeville, Saint-Quentin or Compiègne and Senlis .
The Hauts-de-France region is rich in listed monuments . It is here that were born the great cathedrals of the Middle Ages. Twice larger than Notre-Dame-de-Paris, Amiens Cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lille , is today the 4th French metropolis , international crossroads and dynamic economic place. The old city with its large square of the town hall, the St Maurice church, or the Place du General de Gaulle, have allowed the city to be ranked "city of art and history". It is a leading tourist destination , recognized for its welcoming living environment , its heritage preserved and its intense cultural life.
The Opal Coast with its 120 kilometers of beaches, dunes, and cliffs between Calais and Berck sur Mer. Legendary alliance between the influences of the sea and the roots of the earth, it is a landscape full of contrasts that mixes the green bursting from its meadows, with the bluish gray color of the waves. Facing the cliffs of England, Cap Blanc Nez (134 m) and Gris Nez (45 m) enclose the bay of Wissant.
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