Dunkerque Travel Guide

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Dunkerque Things to Do

  • The old dock

    Here you can see the 1901 ship, Duchesse of Anne and the 1949 old lightship, Sandettie, that used to be anchored out in the North sea as a warning for the ships in the olden days before satellite navigation. There are also private yachts docked here.

  • Duchesse Anne

    A beautiful ship. I'm impressed by the beauty of this ship. This ship was given to France after World War II as reparations for war damage. In 1980, the city of Dunkerque rescued and restored it.

  • Look closer...

    Take a look closer at the walls of St. Eloi's church. You will see bullet holes from the battles that took place there.


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  • Try the crepes!

    A nice French restaurant. Nice setting and friendly service. Very cozy. I loike! I had my two crepes with hot choco syrup and a grande hot choc drink for 4,50 euro.


    LE BAR DES SIRENES.IT'S A BRASSERIE.A wonderful view of the beach.And a great place in front of the beach,where you can relax when you feel so tired after a long day surfing or moutain biking.

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    Zuydcoote, France

    by cadiana88 Updated Jul 21, 2004

    You can find these cemeteries in Les Fort des Dunes (Leffrinckoucke) and in Zuydcoote, in the surrounding area from Dunkerque. There are mainly French and German soldiers graves, from the two World Wars.

    From Dunkerque, go north in direction to Belgium border (not by highway)

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  • For your guide around...

    Check out this town map plan just outside the Belfry. It has light up buttons, showing the places of interest in Dunkerque.

  • mok's General Tip

    Sea, rock and soil are the vital ingredients that make up the diverse landscapes of the Cote d’Opale. The sea is the dominant factor and from Wissant in the east to Ambleteuse to the west a succession of fishing villages and seaside resorts provide continuous interest for the visitor. The area between Caps Blanc Nez and Gris Nez is especially...


    MOUTAIN BIKING AND CYCLING. Le Bas Moulin 62179 WISSANT. TEL: + 33(0)3 21 85 40 55. Some Wonderful moutains for cycling lovers,that's where we are going for cycling fun,but be careful don't go to fast,when you are going down,believe me i know,one day my wife felt and her bike was in a tree:-)


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