Somme bay and Littoral

Saint Valery sur Somme, enchanting medieval village with its majestic ramparts, incomparable views of the Somme, its cobbled streets lined and embroidered flowers, walk along the shore, the chapel of the fishermen, small steam train … not to mention the Sunday morning market!

Cayeux sur Mer, located in the south of Somme, its long pebble beach that becomes sandy beach at low tide and pretty little cabins, all baptized aligned along the boardwalk.

 

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The point of Hourdel, observation post for seals at low tide … one of the most beautiful coastal walks with breathtaking views of the Bay of, particularly at low tide


Hâble Ault and its stunning ambivalence between sea and marsh, Ault, the “Balcony of the Sea” at the top of the cliffs, wood of Cise and beautiful villas.

 

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Mers les Bains situated at the base of the highest chalk cliffs in Europe is located at the mouth of Bresle, natural border between Picardy and Normandy. The seaside area is a unique testomy of the Belle Epoque architecture: colourful frontages, ornate balconies, bow-windows-, turrets and ceramics.

In the north, Crotoy,  a charming fishing village and Fort Mahon Quend, huge sandy beaches, dunes, a true Eden for lovers of yachting

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