What to see

Colline Beaumont

Nowadays the village numbers about 118 inhabitants who all take care of the heritage – the town hall, the church of Saint Martin and a former school – with the involvement of the Mayor Mr Cornu and his deputies Mrs Blain, Trunet and Pillain.

Once divided up, the seigneuries of Colline and Beaumont were joined together with the marriage of Lamoral Cornu, equerry-lord of Belloy, and Lady Marguerite Blondel from Colline.
Then their heirs ruled the estate.

Simon de Colline, a renowned printer born in Colline, brought italics into France.

If you like to fish or hunt, Colline Beaumont is the place to go.
Ask your hosts for some advice about the ponds of the trout of Saint Martin – within a short distance from the gîte.

The Opal Coast

Enjoy the vast sandy beaches where you can speed-sail, do kite surfing, fly a kite, or simply walk in the dunes in a naturally preserved area.
You can also go to the Agora in Berck or to the golf of Nempont Saint Firmin.

For the whole family

Have a great time in Conchil Le Temple or in the amusement park Bagatelle.

Cultural tour
The watermill of Maintenay, the museum of Berck sur Mer and Nausicaa in Boulogne sur Mer.

The watermill of Tigny Noyelles :

Then have a break...
Gather round a table and eat delicious mussels from the area in a good restaurant.
Don't hesitate to ask your hosts for some advice!

More to know about the place
Click on the following links :
- Site of Nord Pas de Calais
- Site for shopping at Berck
- Site of Opale Coast
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