A weekend in Dunkirk will let you discover Château Coquel and its grounds. You’ll walk along the region’s famous canals, such as the Canal de Furnes, the Canal de Bourbourg, the Canal de Moëres and the Canal de Bergues. Back at your hotel, you can enjoy local cuisines at the Campanile restaurant. The next day you’ll discover the Grand Large marina, the fishing harbor and the beach. In the city, visit Dunkirk’s dam and end your trip with a visit to the city’s famous belfry, a Unesco World Heritage Site.
A one-week stay in Dunkirk is full of discoveries. You’ll start with the Fort de Petite-Synth. If you’re a lover of green spaces, you’ll appreciate the city’s parks: the Parc du Vent, Parc Ziegler or the Parc des Sculptures. History buffs can visit Notre-Dame-des-Dunes chapel, Saint-Éloi Church and City Hall, a Unesco World Heritage Site. You’ll love seeing the Phare du Risban (Dunkirk Lighthouse) and exploring Dunkirk’s port museum, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Mémorial du Souvenir (Remembrance Memorial). There’s so much to see before continuing to the Hauts-de-France region.
A family stay will let you explore the stretches of water that criss-cross the city, such as the Canal de Mardyck and the Canal de l'île Jeanty. Also enjoy green spaces within minutes of your hotel, including the Parc the la Marine with its children's play area and music kiosk or the Parc de Malo with its aquarium and games. Visit the Fort-Mardyck dunkirk Grand Littoral Zoo. Then hit the beach to enjoy a boat tour or some sand yachting.