/ Blockhouse
of Eperlecques

The Eperlecques blockhouse, a few kilometres from the Najeti Hôtel Château Tilques and Saint-Omer, is an essential place of memory of the Second World War. This former German V1 and V2 missile base, built with the aim of destroying London, was the first blockhouse to be classified as a historical monument.
On site, discover an authentic launch pad and its V1 ready to take off. Every year, a new piece of equipment is added to the blockhouse park.

Practical information

  • The Eperlecques blockhouse welcomes you: every day
  • closed in November, December, January and February
  • rates: 10€/adult, 6.5€/child

Find more information on the blockhouse website.

/ Golf de

Take advantage of your stay at the Najeti Hôtel Château Tilques to practice your favourite sport. Discover the Aa Saint Omer Golf Club, a twenty-minute drive from our hotel.

Between forests of beech and oak, train over the 18 holes of the Parcours du Val. The Saint Omer Golf Club was elected "Golf Club of the Year 2016" for its excellence and dynamism.


/ Dome
of Helfaut

Combine past and present in this amazing museum built in a former World War II bunker.

La Coupole offers two tours to immerse you in the history of the Second World War, the Occupation and the conquest of space.

It also has a planetarium offering an immersion in the universe thanks to 3D technology and an astronomical simulator.