Golf Holidays in Arras, Northern France - Pas de Calais, France

 
Golf Holidays in France

Located just two hours from London, the French town of Arras has a fascinating history which includes the imprisonment of Joan of Arc in 1430 and significant roles in both the First and Second World Wars in the Battle of Arras of 1917 and 1940.

There are numerous memorial sites to visit including the famous underground passages of Arras, called “Boves” which were used by British soldiers in the First World War and the memory of those executed in the Second World War is preserved at the ‘Citadel of Arras’ which along with the Belfry has been classified by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Arras attracts tourists for its architecture and military history but also for the Christmas market and summer music festival held in the town squares. Arras also tempts British golfers to make the short journey across the Channel as it is home to an outstanding golf course. Golf D’Arras, of the highest International status, has hosted the LPGA French Open championships from 2000 to 2009.

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Why Arras?   Map:
  • Internationally renowned golf course
  • World Heritage Sites
  • Christmas market
  • Theatre
  • Stunning architecture
  • Military history and memorials
  • Museums
  • Main Square Festival
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Eating out

Arras has some truly superb restaurants to dine at, tourists are enjoying some of the finest meals they have ever encountered at “La bulle d'O”, where as “Cafe de la Paix “ is revered for their tasty burgers and the set menus at “Rdv” are terrific value and diners have described the courses as the most delicious in Northern France!

Night life

Arras has a host of venues to entertain you in the evenings, including wine and cocktail bars, jazz clubs, music venues, theatre and nightclubs. In July, festival goers gather for the Main Square Festival which features international headline bands and acts for a 4 day music festival.

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