Rendez-vous in Hardelot
Hardelot's 13 km of unspoilt white sandy beaches provides a paradise for wind sport fans. There you can enjoy sailing, kite flying, canoeing, sailing and windsurfing all year-round, not to mention sand yatching.
It is an idyllic spot to take children on a summer holiday. Indeed the resort is coded as a ‘kid-friendly’ resort and has special activities and entertainement specially geared towards children.
Set in an idyllic surrounding in the heart of the Regional Nature Park, Hardelot also has the charm of secluded seaside villas surrounded by dune and pine forests, housing a wide variety of wildlife such as rabbits, wild ponies, birds as well as plants.
HIGHLIGHTS - Hardelot
The Hardelot Castle in Condette: In the 13th-century, this castle was used as a summer home for the counts of Boulogne. The English king Henry Vlll and Anne Boyleyn once lived in the castle. Between 2007 and 2009, Hardelot Castle was extensively renovated. The castle grounds are open to the public during opening hours; there's also a small museum dedicated to the aviator Louis Blériot that's open to the public.
The Dunes: Blown by the wind, more than 100 metres above sea level, the dunes of Ecault of Monts Café or St-Frieux are scenic destinations that are not to be missed.
The golf des Pins: Opened in 1906 and redesigned in 1931 by the famous architect Tom Simpson, this 18-hole golf course is renowned internationally for its top golf game as well as for its beautiful surroundings of mature pine trees.
Office de Tourisme de Neufchâtel-Hardelot
476, avenue François 1er
Tel.: +33(0)3 21 83 51 02