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The beaches of the Picardy coast offer you an infinity of variations. Cliffs, pebbles, sand or dunes... There's something for everyone!
- Le Crotoy and Quend Plage
For walks with your feet in the water on beautiful sandy beaches or family sandcastle competitions. But also for sailing sports or fishing on foot depending on the tides...
- Fort Mahon
At the meeting of the two bays of Somme and Authie, the enchanting natural setting of Fort Mahon, its beach and its sand dunes with a specific biotope, will be perfect for families. Do not hesitate to take the eco-beach path between Fort-Mahon and Quend, for a breathtaking view of the sea!
- Cayeux and Bois de Cise beaches
Between the cliffs of Normandy, these beaches offer an impressive landscape. With their 80 meters high, the cliffs of Normandy will leave you speechless!
- The beach of Mers-les-Bains
This pebble beach is uncovered for sand at low tide.
Le Crotoy, the south of the Baie de Somme
In the XVIIrd century Crotoy was one of the most important fishing ports in the English Channel. Today, fishing is extinguished due to the silting up of the bay. It has given way since 1846 to a seaside resort. Le Crotoy thus retains the old-fashioned charm of a small fishing port. The large sandy beach of Le Crotoy is the only beach in northern France facing south. The seaside resort owes its fame to the perfumer Pierre Guerlain. Very much in love with Crotoy and the Bay of Somme, he opened his hotel to his Parisian friends.
To discover a natural spectacle of great beauty, find out about the tide schedules and set off to discover this incredible phenomenon!
At low tide, discover an infinite space where the sky merges with the land and the sea. At high tide, the sea is unleashed on the dikes and then invades the salt meadows. With an amplitude of 10 meters during the spring and autumn equinoxes, the tides make it possible to discover the well-hidden riches when fishing on foot.
The Baie de Somme is the place with the highest coefficients in the entire Channel. So enjoy this show that has been talked about so much for centuries. The show is guaranteed just 15 minutes from the camping.
The little train of the Baie de Somme
Discover the Baie de Somme in a different way. On board the train, the ride is ideal for railway enthusiasts! Embark on an authentic means of transport. Take advantage of combined offers with boating, biking or hiking. Then discover the natural and cultural heritage of the bay.
Historical and cultural heritage
Amiens and the cathedral in color
Classified as a UNESCO heritage site, the 800-year-old cathedral of Amiens is the largest in France. Every year for 15 years, in summer then in winter, Notre-Dame d'Amiens Cathedral takes on its medieval colors at nightfall. In the Middle Ages, the carved decoration of the portals was painted in bright and vibrant colors. Over time, the stone lost its colors. A show is given every year for free at the end of the year and during the summer period. For a moment, the statues regain their medieval colors thanks to light projections. This 40-minute show is free. It takes place on the forecourt of the cathedral, every evening at 19 p.m. A breathtaking scenography!
Cistercian Abbey of Valloires
Visit the only complete Cistercian abbey from the 18rd century of France. Installed on 8 hectares, the gardens were designed by Gilles Clément. Founded in 1137 following the rule of the monks of Cîteaux by the counts of Ponthieu, the abbey of Valloires was rebuilt during the XNUMXrd and XVIIIrd century in a baroque style.
Chateau de Regnières L'Ecluse
For nearly 10 centuries, the romantic castle of Regnières l'Ecluse has been maintained by the same family. The estate is located between the Bay of Somme and the forest of Crecy-en-Ponthieu. In 1842, Herman d'Hinnisdal created a French-style landscaped estate of 1 hectares. Thus, he transformed the old castle into a “Gothic troubadour” style residence. Finally, in 100 Raymond de Nicolay transferred his château to the Conservatoire du littoral. Enjoy this castle by visiting its places open to all for free.
Medieval castle of Rambures
This castle is a fine example of military architecture during the 100 years war. In the XIrd century, appear the first lords of Rambures. They set up their fortress in the heart of Vimeu on the Normandy border. The places offer a journey through time of 700 years. Immerse yourself in the history of the family that has owned the castle since its construction. Also discover the gardens of the castle, a beautiful space of 15 hectares, labeled remarkable garden since 2006.
Medieval port of Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme
Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme owes its name to the evangelizing monk of Picardy. The creation of the abbey is financed by the King of France in 627. This abbey has a strong influence thanks to the support of the kings of France before undergoing Viking raids in the IXrd century, and gradually dying out. In 1554, Henri II created an admiralty seat in St Valéry, which became a port through which exotic foodstuffs passed. In the XVIIIrd century, the maritime trade flourishes, the port has, with Calais, the monopoly of English cloth. The richness of the port will give rise to a fortified city, with incomparable charm with its small cobbled and flowery streets and its herbarium, its small medieval garden with medicinal plants in the hollow of its ramparts.