Getting there and parking
How to find Nausicaa?
Getting here is easy.
Boulogne-sur-Mer is accessible by car, by train and by boat.
Nausicaa is ideally located on the Nord-Pas-de-Calais coast just a stone’s throw away from Belgium and England and just 2hrs 30mins from Paris.
Whatever your preferred means of transport, we look forward to welcoming you here at Nausicaa!
Location of Nausicaa in Boulogne-sur-Mer
From Paris : 250 km
Follow directions for CERGY PONTOISE on the ring road (A89) then the A16 motorway. Follow signs for AMIENS ; take exit 32 (sortie Boulogne-Nord - Nausicaa). Then follow signs for the Centre.
From Brussels : 220 km
E40, E17, A 25, via GHENT and DUNKIRK, then the A16 to the BOULOGNE-SUR-MER 32 exit (sortie Boulogne-Nord - Nausicaa). Then follow signs for the Centre.
From London : 160 km
M20 then ferry or tunnel.
Latitude: 50° 43' 50'' N
Longitude: 1° 35' 40'' E
Departure from PARIS - Gare du Nord or from LILLE
Go to the Boulogne-Ville station (information available at the train station or http://www.tgv-europe.com/).
By Eurostar or TGV (high-speed train) from LONDON or PARIS
Station: CALAIS-FRETHUN (20 km from Nausicaa). Different trains or buses available for Boulogne-sur-Mer: Contact http://www.tgv-europe.com/ for further information.
TGV from BRUXELLES MIDI Station
Stop at LILLE EUROPE. From LILLE EUROPE or LILLE FLANDRES (depending on the time of departure), TER (Express Regional Train) to CALAIS FRETHUN (20 km from Nausicaa). Different trains or buses available for Boulogne-sur-Mer: Contact http://www.tgv-europe.com/ for further information.
From Boulogne-Ville station to Nausicaa
25 minutes walking or by bus (use lines A/C/D/E/F/H direction "Place de France", gett off at "Place de France", then use line F direction "Trésorerie", get off at "Boulogne-sur-Mer - Nausicaa").
Further information on buses: http://www.marineo.fr/.
Located 200 metres from the town centre and close to Nausicaa, the marina provides mooring facilities that are reserved for visitors to Nausicaa. People arriving by boat can then reach Nausicaa on foot via Gambetta Quay.
- 70 moorings for visitors in the outer harbour (130 rings)
- The outer harbour is reserved for visitors and pontoons for members from June 15 to August 31
- Boats measuring from 12 to 13 metres up to a maximum of 25 metres in length can moor in the Napoleon docks.