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Golf Breaks in Northern France

Close to Calais, the beautiful Opal Coast is where you’ll find some wonderful golf including dune-backed links and tree-lined courses at resorts like Hardelot, Le Touquest and Belle- Dune. Ideal for a short break.


Stunning scenery – whether seaside, forest or parkland
Crowd-free fairways – play midweek to avoid the crowds and enjoy great value.
Off the course check out the World War 1 historical sites, or the cathedral city of Amiens

Golf Breaks in Northern France

Northern France is a region steeped in history, culture, and natural beauty. From the grand architecture of Lille to the stunning Opal Coast, the region has something for everyone.

Lille is a bustling hub of art, culture, and entertainment and the Palais des Beaux-Arts is a must-visit, as is the cathedral at Amiens and the Louvre-Lens museum.

For history buffs, the Battlefields of the Somme – some of the bloodiest in World War 1 -offer a moving glimpse into the past, and the Flemish-inspired town of Arras is the site of underground tunnels used during the conflict.

The Opal Coast is a highlight of the region’s natural beauty, with rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, and charming seaside towns. And it’s here that you’ll find some wonderful golf including three courses at Le Touquet, two at Hardelot, plus the fine links at Wimereux or further south at Belle-Dune.

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