Tour de Guet
The 13th-century Tour de Guet, square at the base but octagonal on top, is a rare remnant of pre-20th-century Calais - the rest of the...
Colonne Louis XVIII
Colonne Louis XVIII commemorates the French king's return from exile in England after the fall of Napoleon (1814). A close inspection...
Beffroi de Calais
An imposing landmark visible from anywhere in town, Calais' 78m-high belfry was recognised as a Unesco World Heritage site in 2005 and...
Le Grand Bleu
Run by talented chef Matthieu Colin (ex-Ledoyen), this eatery overlooking the harbour is known for its cuisine élaborée (creatively...
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Histoire Ancienne information
This local treasure at the heart of town rustles up French and regional dishes in a lovely 1930s Paris-style bistro setting. Does the pan fried seabass fillet taste better than the endives creamy soup? You be the judge. Service is prompt and friendly.