In this charming residential village near Ardres, you can admire several buildings made of white Guémy stone and the ruins of a brick chateau which Joan of Arc is believed to have visited.
The small square is very pleasant, and from there you can discover a pretty little old church. The Mairie, which used to be one of the stations on the old railway line from Calais to Anvin, and the village hall,which has been recently refurbished, blend harmoniously together.
Charming guest-houses and a camp-site make this village a high-quality place to stop.
l The church
Join others at
l Jumble sale and fête (last Sunday in July)
l Organised walk (1st Sunday in September)