Golf de Dunkerque Grand Littoral
Unique and Original
45 Tees (35 covered)
restaurant, pro shop, changing rooms
« Le vauban » course
6014m – Par 72
« Le Fort-Vallières » course
2 712m – Par 35
Dunkerque Grand Littoral golf course, with its 27 unique holes, is original and exceptional, located in the heart of Europe. An incomparable course to be discovered and to play with passion.
Golfers of all levels will find tees of exceptional size, wide fairways with gentle curves but made formidable by the presence of ditches and water, with their nine ‘fortified’ holes whose geometry evokes the architecture of the celebrated Vauban.
Each player will direct his drive and approach through bastions, curtains and artillery towers over a character golf course which cannot fail to move.
Over the course you will be treated to surprising views over the tours and belfries of Flanders.
In spring, holes 4, 6 and 15 are cheered by the beautiful colours of irises and broom. The variety of the flora and fauna cannot but win the hearts of nature lovers!
The most nostalgic and sporting players will cover the nine-hole golf course which, with its technicality and the quality of its greens considered to be among the best in the region, gives this course an excellent reputation.
A unique and original golf course, not to be missed!
The pro shop, offering the greatest names in golf and a warm welcome, is an enjoyable place to visit.
from 01 January to 28 March and from 02 november to 31 December
from 29 March to 01 November
- Midweek : 37 €
- Week-end & bank holidays : 49 €
- Midweek : 25 €
- Week-end & bank holidays : 35 €
- Midweek : 53 €
- Week-end & bank holidays : 65 €
- Midweek : 35 €
- Week-end & bank holidays : 45 €
The director's word
« Want to enjoy quality time with friends or family? Come and discover a 27 holes golf course with a unique design inspired by Vauban, in the heart of Dunkirk.
Before or after the game, enjoy a delicious regional cuisine and a warm welcome from the Chef and the restaurant’s team.
You’ll always feel welcome heref. »