In the heart of the Audomarois region, the Najeti Hôtel Château Tilques opens its doors to you for a stay between nature, culture and discovery. Take advantage of the leisure facilities at Château Tilques, its heated indoor swimming pool, tennis court and bowling green.
From our hotel, explore the medieval city of Saint Omer, which is home to an exceptional heritage. The Notre-Dame de Saint-Omer cathedral, the motte castrale prison, the remains of the Saint-Bertin abbey, but also an Italian-style theatre hidden within the Hôtel de Ville... Saint-Omer is full of historical and architectural treasures!
Another must-see, of course, is the famous Audomarois marshland: the last cultivated marshland in France, which produces a summer cauliflower to enjoy with a local beer.
Between the typical railcar of the 1950s, the steam locomotive, the remains of the Second World War, the golf course in the Aa valley and even the planetarium, there is no shortage of activities for your stay in Saint Omer.
Can you hear that noise in the distance? No, you're not dreaming... It's a steam locomotive!
For two and a half hours, travel the 15 km of the old railway line between Saint-Omer and Boulogne-sur-mer on an unusual visit aboard a steam train or a railcar.
The Chemin de Fer Touristique de la Vallée de l'Aa offers you this unique visit in the heart of the Parc Naturel Régional des Caps et Marais d'Opale.
Near Saint-Omer is a major site of the Second World War. The Eperlecques blockhouse, the first to be classified as a historical monument, is a place of memory that cannot be ignored.
In the heart of the forest, discover this former German V1 and V2 missile base, built to destroy London.
Open to the public since 1973, the blockhouse offers a 1.5 hour tour to discover its history and the technologies of the secret V2 & V1 weapons.
The town of Saint-Omer invites you to stroll through its cobbled streets, witness to its medieval history, just a stone's throw from the Hôtel Château Tilques.
The town, classified as a Town of Art and History, can be discovered through its historical and religious monuments, from the remains of its abbey to its superb cathedral, which houses a painting by the painter Rubens, "The Descent from the Cross".
Saint-Omer is also known for its magnificent French-style public gardens, the work of the architect Guinoiseau, but also for its unmissable marshland. The latter can be discovered on foot, by bike or by boat, to the rhythm of its small islands and large ponds.
Want to work on your swing in a unique setting?
The two golf courses of the Aa Saint-Omer golf course are less than 20 minutes' drive from the Château Tilques hotel.
Designed according to the natural curves of the site and located between the plains of Flanders and the hills of the Boulonnais region, the Aa Saint-Omer Golf Club benefits from an exceptional natural green setting where the beauty of the landscape faces the impeccable courses surrounded by forests of beech and oak trees as far as the eye can see
Dive into history and discover the hidden side of the conquest of space by visiting the World War II Museum, 5 km from the town of Saint-Omer.
The museum is housed in the Coupole, a huge bunker built by the Todt Organisation in 1943-1944, which was to be the base for launching the V2 rockets against London. Two tours take you on a discovery of the V2 rockets and man's first steps on the moon, or retrace the great periods of the Occupation.
Finally, the 3D planetarium offers a total immersion in the universe thanks to an astronomical simulator.