L'Escale au Cap Blanc Nez
Since its origins in 1958 L’Escale gathers all nature lovers.
Whether it is on our terrace, in our salon or in one of our 44 warm rooms, you will feel just like at home. The view on the Cap provided from the beach will awaken your adventurous desires. Our restaurant proposes fresh and local products through a traditional cuisine, while the fitness room allows to remain healthy.
In these walls, the quality of service and hospitality shows the soul of a House where among family or friends you can forget that you are away from home.
The Cap Blanc Nez
The Cap Blanc Nez is a cape located at Escalles in Pas-de-Calais, 10km away from the town of Calais and around 25km from Boulogne-sur-Mer. It is France’s northernmost cliff.
The cliffs, which are 134m high, are made of white chalk and stand above a rocky shore.
10 km in the south is the Cap Gris-Nez, which forms with the Cap Blanc Nez the Grand Site des Deux Caps labelled “Grand Site de France” since 2011.
At the top of the cliffs, you can see on one side the colourful hinterland. On the other side, admire the Strait of Pas-de-Calais, the Bay of Wissant and by sunny day you can even hope to spot the English coasts.
Do not miss the majestic sunsets which attract painters and photographers.
Leisures and visits nearby
The small village of Escalles is known for its famous Cap Blanc Nez but also its beach of shingles and fine sand (only 600m away from the hotel). Some of the surrounding hiking and cycling tracks will lead you to the top of the cliffs.
The village of Escalles is the best starting point for hiking lovers
Follow the 90km long GR 120 track which leads you along the whole Côte d’Opale from the top of the cliffs.
A region steeped in history.
Dive back into a rich and tormented past by visiting the museums of the region.
Several museums are located near the hotel, each of them centred on a specific theme such as World Wars, Art or the famous Dentelle de Calais.
Take the time to discover Europe’s biggest aquarium, Nausicaa.
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