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Beaurainville - a great location for a small market town

The little market town of Beaurainville in the north of France enjoys glorious surroundings of woodlands, rolling hills and pastures. Set on the banks of the River Canche, it is idyllic for walkers and fans of river sports. It's also just 78 kilometres from Calais, making it great for UK travellers and holiday home owners.

Amenities in Beaurainville

With less than 2,000 inhabitants, Beaurainville is hardly a metropolis. However, it is surprisingly well equipped with amenities. There's a traditional market held every Wednesday in the square, and the permanent shops include a boulangerie, pharmacy, supermarket, tabac and a restaurant. Which is pretty much everything you need for daily life. Of course, if you want to do some serious shopping there are larger towns nearby. Try Montreuil sur Mer, which is also absolutely gorgeous!

Enjoy the many activities found around Beaurainville

The Pas de Calais may not get the heat and sunshine of the Med, but it does have a beautiful coastline and lots of opportunities to enjoy the beach, the sea and associated sports. Le Touquet is the place to try your hand at sand yachting, if you have a yen for serious speed! The immediate countryside surrounding the town is perfect for walking too. If you're a fan of white water river sports, look no further than the River Canche, on which the town lies. It's brilliant for kayaking. The region is also one of the premier golfing destinations in France, with Le Touquet leading the way.

Discover Le Touquet, Arras and Saint Omer

It may seem that Beaurainville is a quiet country town, but it is a perfect base for getting to all the wonderful attractions of the north of France! The famous seaside resort of Le Touquet Paris Plage is fabulous. Stylish and always exciting, this northern Riviera town has wonderful beaches and more entertainment, chic shops and restaurants than you can possibly have time to enjoy. Also worth visiting is the lovely town of Arras, Saint Omer with its network of sleepy canals, and of course the battle fields of the Somme.

How to get to Beaurainville

Le Touquet airport lies within the department, currently offering flights with Lydd Air. Paris Beauvais is the other option, and it's served by budget airline Ryanair. The port of Calais, which has links to the UK with both ferries and trains, is just 78 kilometres from Beaurainville. The Channel tunnel offers a fast, easy way to get to the region, and with Beaurainville having its own railway station, it means you can go all the way by train. Finally, drivers will find the town near to the A16 motorway, from the D113 or D349.

Property prices and availability in and around Beaurainville

Beaurainville has some very desirable properties currently for sale at very desirable prices. Although 2012 is generally seeing a slight drop in house prices, it's good news for buyers.

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Beaurainville AT A GLANCE

WHERE IS Beaurainville?

Beaurainville is situated in the north of France. It lies in the south-west of the Pas de Calais department.

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Population: 1,994

Access: By air: Fly to Le Touquet or Paris Beauvais airport. By ferry: Calais is the ferry port to use. By rail: Use the Channel tunnel. Beaurainville has its own railway station. By road: Beaurainville is found from the D130 or D349.

Economy: Beaurainville is a small market town. It benefits from some tourism.

Interesting fact: Beaurainville is popular with kayakers thanks to white water spots on the River Canche.


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