Lying among dunes, beaches and cliffs, Audresselles, one of the most typical fishing villages along the coast, is bathed in charm with its characteristic architecture: its white farmhouses with a band of colour at the bottom of the walls in the village centre and a few villas dating from the Belle Époque facing the sea.
Audresselles is still home to a large family of professional, artisanal fishermen. The traditional flobarts, small clinker-built boats towed into the water by tractors, are still used by pleasure boaters.
Audresselles is surrounded by wild countryside where hikers revel in the huge Slack dunes along the customs officers’ path that links Wimereux with Cap Blanc-Nez. Crab is the speciality in the village of Audresselles and is celebrated with pomp and circumstance!