Language & Culture school trips to Opal Coast
A short trip across to the channel to the Opal Coast is a great choice for a French Language & Culture trip. Deepen existing linguistic skills by visiting the local cheese farm and present students with the opportunity to read menus and order new, exotic foods as well as dishes they may be familiar with already. Our subject specialists will work with you to create your itinerary which may incorporate French culture visits such as an excursion to a bakery or snail farm or you can also include some of the battlefields of France. Reaffirm your students’ French conversational skills with this Language & Culture trip to the Opal Coast.
- Travel to Opal Coast
- Visit to a 'boulangerie' (bakery)
- Visit a snail farm
- Boulogne & Nausicaa Sea Centre
- Visit an artisan chocolate maker
- Return to UK
N.B The basic 'from' prices do not include excursions, for a full package price... Request a quote
- Convenient location close to the beach and town centre
- A warm welcome is assured
Located in the centre of Le Touquet, a lovely seaside resort, the hoteliers of this 2 star accommodation are very experienced in looking after young groups and a warm welcome is assured.
Location: The hotel is located in a quiet side-street, approximately 100 metres from the beach and the town centre.
Facilities: The dining room can be used for study in the evenings and there is a small adults-only lounge with TV, plus some electronic games and table football for students.
Accommodation: Students are accommodated in rooms for 2-4 persons, and twin/singles for staff most with en-suite facilities.
Meals: On site dining room.
- Good base for excursions
- A warm welcome is assured
The Hotel La Peupleraie is a warm and welcoming family-run 2 star hotel, set in a safe position in its own grounds with a tennis court and surrounded by trees.
Location: The hotel is situated 5 miles from Montreuil and 7 miles inland from the coast.
Facilities:The large restaurant doubles as a meeting room, there are classroom facilities and plenty of space for outdoor games.
Accommodation: There are 40 rooms, all with private facilities.
Meals: Traditional and local cuisine is served at the hotel's restaurant, which offers a warm atmosphere and free Wi-Fi access.
Quick Tip: This is just a small sample of possible accommodations available. Please contact us for more information.
Subject Specific Excursions
La Boulangerie Maillard
This bakery has a wonderful 80 year old wood fired oven. You can also sample its freshly baked bread.
Les Escargots (Snail farm)
The visit to the snail farm includes seeing the snail park where you can learn the farming and life cycle of a snail, a slide show and a tasting session if you wish!
Agincourt Medievel Centre
A battle took place on the 25th of October 1415 near the village of Agincourt. This battle between the English lead by King Henry V and the French lead by the Constable d'Albret was a famous victory for the English. Visit this interesting museum and discover the details of the battle.
Les Chocolat de Beussent
Discover the mysteries of chocolate making on a fascinating tour at this French chocolate factory. This is a paradise for chocolate lovers. From the initial plantation of the cocoa trees to the coating of the final product, all will be revealed.
Vimy Ridge, Canadian Memorial
In WWI, the Ridge was a vital part of the German defence system. It was so well fortified that all attempts to take it by Allied forces during the first three years of the war had failed. On April 9, 1917, all four divisions of the Canadian Corps stormed the Ridge.
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