Discover a place of memory of the Second World War and the first blockhouse classified as a historical monument. The Eperlecques blockhouse is about thirty minutes from the Najeti Hôtel du Golf, near Saint-Omer. It is a former German V1 and V2 missile base built to destroy London.
Transformed into a museum, it now houses an authentic launch pad and its V1 ready to take off. Every year, a new piece of equipment is added to the bunker park.
Find more information on the blockhouse website.
Spread over more than 3730 hectares to the north of the town of Saint Omer, the Audomarois marshes offer unique landscapes and are home to exceptional flora and fauna.
Discover its canals and ponds dotted with islands where several dozen dwellings can still be found.
The marsh can be visited on foot, by bike or by boat for a peaceful walk in the middle of nature. Be sure to visit the workshop of the last remaining manufacturer of traditional boats in the marsh. There is so much to explore!