Le Pacha – Café/Brasserie/Crêperie

NAUSICAA is neither a museum nor an aquarium.
It’s much more …

It is a cultural center, a data bank on the sea, a center of discovery to the marine environment, both playful, pedagogical and scientific, focusing on relations between man and the sea.

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Near the Marguet catwalk, fish stands are open every day of the year if weather conditions permit. They participate in the animation of the port and the city, under the watchful eye of the two giants Boulonnais, Batisse and Zabelle. From the Marguet bridge to the Nausicaà garden, you can stroll the planks through the fish stalls while having a breathtaking view of the harbor front.

Boulogne-sur-Mer est aussi le premier port de pêche de France, avec une gastronomie de poissons appréciée de tous les gourmets.

Read more at: http://france.fr/fr/a-decouvrir/boulogne-sur-mer
Boulogne-sur-Mer est aussi le premier port de pêche de France, avec une gastronomie de poissons appréciée de tous les gourmets.

Read more at: http://france.fr/fr/a-decouvrir/boulogne-sur-mer
Boulogne-sur-Mer est aussi le premier port de pêche de France, avec une gastronomie de poissons appréciée de tous les gourmets

Read more at: http://france.fr/fr/a-decouvrir/boulogne-sur-me

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The Notre-Dame Basilica was erected in the 19th century by Abbé Haffreingue on the ruins of the medieval church. It is the discovery of the remains of the ancient Romanesque crypt at the beginning of the work started in 1827 that motivated the installation of a gigantic crypt that extends under the entire surface of the basilica.

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The fortified site of the 13th century the best preserved of the north of France.
Born between 1227 and 1231 by Count Philippe Hurepel, son of King Philippe Auguste, the medieval fortifications were superimposed on the successive walls of the Roman camp of the « Classis Britannica ». The four doors, whose location has hardly changed since Antiquity, allow access to the walkway, very pleasant walk that offers beautiful views over the city and flower gardens at the foot of the ramparts.
The walk up the ramparts is open to the public from 1 April to 30 September from 7.30 am to 10 pm and from 1 October to 31 March from 7.30 am to 8 pm.

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