Nestled in the Boulonnais, Condette extends over 1626 hectares, 55% of which is wooded. It is an exceptional landscape that awaits you composed of dunes alternating with forests and punctuated with marshes. The town benefits from an exceptional natural environment, with the sea just 3 km away. The commune was born in 1203 by the signing of a charter in the castle of Hardelot dating from the ninth century. In the 12th century, this castle was replaced by another, built by the counts of Boulogne to have a residence near their hunting grounds. The market garden activity is the main economic spring of the village and still continues today occupying still 30% of the territory. It is therefore a welcoming city and turned towards the nature that opens its doors to you.