Bed & Breakfast in Dunkerque



Take a break in a bed and breakfast in Dunkerque (59), the third largest port in France and explore the impressive port installations from the deck of a tourist boat. Visit the Port Museum established in an old tobacco warehouse with its port architecture typical of the 19th century. Climb aboard the three-masted « Duchesse Anne » and the fire boat « Sandettie », both listed as historic monuments. Navigate around the ramparts of Dunkerque on a rowing or motor boat or choose a commented visit to discover the fortifications restored by Vauban. From your bed and breakfast in Dunkerque, climb the lighthouse dating from 1838, with its height of 63 m for a breathtaking panorama of the port, Malo-les-Bains and Flanders. The same thing for the St Eloi belfrey built in the 13th century. And don’t hesitate to book a bed and breakfast in Dunkerque for the famous Carnival the first two weekends of March. And for sports enthusiasts, head to the Kitepark Dunes de Flandre, the only zone in France exclusively reserved for sports like kitesurfing etc. With the fabulous sandy beaches of the Opal Coast, you’ll find activities for all ages in a bed and breakfast stay in Dunkerque with Samedi Midi.  Find out more...

10 charming B&Bs within 80 km autour in Dunkerque

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Bed & Breakfast autour de la ville Dunkerque

Take a break in a bed and breakfast in Dunkerque (59), the third largest port in France and explore the impressive port installations from the deck of a tourist boat. Visit the Port Museum established in an old tobacco warehouse with its port architecture typical of the 19th century. Climb aboard the three-masted « Duchesse Anne » and the fire boat « Sandettie », both listed as historic monuments. Navigate around the ramparts of Dunkerque on a rowing or motor boat or choose a commented visit to discover the fortifications restored by Vauban. From your bed and breakfast in Dunkerque, climb the lighthouse dating from 1838, with its height of 63 m for a breathtaking panorama of the port, Malo-les-Bains and Flanders. The same thing for the St Eloi belfrey built in the 13th century. And don’t hesitate to book a bed and breakfast in Dunkerque for the famous Carnival the first two weekends of March. And for sports enthusiasts, head to the Kitepark Dunes de Flandre, the only zone in France exclusively reserved for sports like kitesurfing etc. With the fabulous sandy beaches of the Opal Coast, you’ll find activities for all ages in a bed and breakfast stay in Dunkerque with Samedi Midi.