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Camping Les 3 Sablières

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Horse riding

Have you ever traveled on horseback? Go on horseback for several days, be in communion with him and with the whole nature that surrounds you, share the effort, the starry nights and the sublime landscapes.

Discover the charter Horse riding.

Meet, exchange… This is certainly why you will like to travel on horseback. Passionate about horse riding, Sabine and Jean-Michel have thought about the organization of their camping to receive holidaymakers and their horses! In addition to the possibility of accessing the Bay of Somme and horseback riding from the camping, you will also have paddocks to house your horse for the weekend or for the week. Are you experienced riders or beginners and you don't have a steed? You will still be welcome to practice horse riding and benefit from support from the camping.

Equestrian center near the camping : Horse Escape - Saint Firmin les Crotoy. Association of horse lovers, who offer to share outings on horseback. The rides of a few hours or a whole day, always end with a friendly moment around a common snack. Equestrian center 5 minutes from the camping : Henson Equestrian Center - Marquenterre. Discovery ride in a horse-drawn carriage - Discovery ride (all levels) - Passion rides (experienced riders) - Viewpoints over the Bay of Somme.


With 44 km of cycle paths and 160 km of marked routes spread over 9 loops, discover the Bay of the Somme by bike !

Discover the charter Bikes.

Large open landscapes around the Baie de Somme, small winding roads in the "froises" between Favières, Ponthoile and Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont; the view of the cliffs from Hourdel and Cayeux-sur-Mer, access to the beaches of Quend and Fort-Mahon.

On a cycle tour or simply for the pleasure of cycling from the camping, you will appreciate the bicycle as a gentle and ecological means of transport as much as for its flexibility and the open-mindedness that it conveys. Discovering a region by bike means taking the time to explore its landscapes, smell the scents of the vegetation, hear the sound of water and listen to the song of birds. You will be surprised at how warmly you will be greeted wherever you cycle. In contact with the population, you will notice the curious looks and the smiles multiply. Naturally closer and more respectful of nature, you will feel in harmony with the environment and more ready to discover the small heritage.


So… All by bike! The Picardy coast and the Normandy countryside await you. And, don't worry, the relief is gentle on the calves except when approaching the cliffs south of the Bay of Somme! Unmissable walk near the camping, the Avocet circuit. Take the small roads in the heart of Marquenterre where the Henson horses (an emblematic breed of the region) graze and the migratory birds rest. You travel between the pines and the dunes to Rue, a city with a strong cultural heritage. You will be able to observe: The medieval town of Rue, (the Saint-Esprit chapel, the belfry, the Caudron brothers museum, the St-Wulphy church, the Larronville marshes), the town of Crotoy (its beach, its port of fishing, its Friday market) and the villages of Saint-Quentin-en-Tourmont (its Henson equestrian center), Favières and the Parc du Marquenterre. 

Observation of flora and fauna

Nature enthusiasts, curious, observers of flora and fauna, scientists, literary artists, photographers, painters, travelers alone or with families, groups of friends, natural contemplators ...

Discover the charter Observation of flora and fauna.

Whatever your profile, you will be spellbound by the ecological richness of the Baie de Somme. You will go to observe the seals in the bay. At the Pointe du Hourdel, in a small fishing village located 10 km from St Valéry-sur-Somme, you will find the largest seal colony in the Baie de Somme. You will enjoy the beautiful and long beaches and the lights so characteristic of the region. With its 200 hectares of dunes, forests and marshes in the heart of the Baie de Somme nature reserve, the Marquenterre park has been for 40 years a Mecca of ornithology in Europe and serves as a refuge for thousands of migratory birds.

You will be able to observe more than 300 species, that is to say thousands of birds (waders, waders, water birds, passerines and raptors). Along 3 routes, and 12 observation posts, the naturalist guides await you to explain the way of life of their hosts and help you to decipher the wild life of these birds which have made Marquenterre a privileged stopover between Scandinavia. and Mauritania. Do not hesitate to ask them all your questions, they will answer you with pleasure and passion!

consult Journey log, the Visit guide and Park plan.

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