Dunes de Flandre, between Dunkirk - Malo-les-Bains and

Bray-Dunes, is a site that boasts unique qualities: 15 kilometres of sandy beach, more than 1,000 hectares of nature, dunes rich in

flora and fauna, unique in France, an estuary like no other opening out onto the North Sea, and 1,000 years of maritime history and tradition.


Dunes de Flandre, a projected Grand Site de France, offers up the treasures of its fascinating wildlife and nature to explorers young and old, all along a unique protected coastline and marine area: you'll love its pristine landscapes, from Dune Dewulf (Leffrinckoucke) to Dune du Perroquet (Bray-Dunes) via Dune Marchand (the only national nature reserve in the Nord


Nature here is rich in diversity, with sandbanks, dunes, and marine plains that stretch across the border to Belgium, alongside the sweeping seashore and polders. It's a stunning show of ever-changing light and colour. A special kind of magic you simply have

to experience for yourself !


Take some time to explore, and discover the wealth of historical sites and memorial sites that shape this region. The Zuydcoote battery and the Fort des Dunes in Leffrinckoucke, the wrecks at Bray-Dunes and the bunkers on the marine plains are sure to leave their mark on you.