• Nearest Beach: Cayeux sur Mer / le Crotoy 4km

  • Nearest Town: St Valéry 4km

  • Nearby Towns:

    • Abbeville: 21km
    • Le Touquet: 59km
    • Dieppe: 59km
    • Amiens: 70km

Sightseeing

Take in the sights along the coast on the steam train which runs in the summer from the quaint medieval town of St Valéry. Visit St Vulfran church at nearby Abbeville, along with its 18th century château. There's also family fun at Parc Bagatelle about 40 minutes away, with rollercoasters and water rides, and 59km away at Le Touquet is Aqualud Water Park.

Days Out

St Valery boat trips

Baie de Somme

If you head to the nearby Saint Valery sur Somme and discover the Baie de Somme then there are plenty of activities to keep the family entertained: guided tours across the bay, kayaking and seal watching to name a few.

Le Touquet town

Le Trouquet

Le Trouquet (approx. 60 km) is an attractive destination for a day-trip with lots to do and a lively atmosphere. Dieppe is a similar distance away and is a nice seaside resort with lots of events throughout the year.

 

St Valery

Saint Valery sur Somme

St Valéry is a quaint medieval town with as much or as little to do as you wish. Nearby Saint Valery sur Somme is a delightful town whose beauty inspired Degas, Boudin and Seurat all to paint its scenes. An area rich in natural beauty.

Parc Bagatelle

Parc Bagatelle

Parc Bagatelle, 40 minutes away, provides lots of family fun, with roller coasters and water rides galore! Aqualud Waterpark is also close by.

 

Somme battle fields

Musée Somme 1916

The parc site is ideal for exploring the battle of the Somme. If you travel to the heart of the battle field, which is approximately an hour and a half away, drive to Albert’s town centre, and you will find the Musée Somme 1916.

St Valery train

St Valéry Steam Train

All aboard! To go full steam ahead with your holiday take a trip on the steam train from St Valéry which takes in the beautiful sights along the coast. The Château de Rambures is a very romantic destination with a fabulous building, set in 10 hectares of remarkable gardens, with over 420 varieties of roses.

Events in the Region

Events, Chantilly Races, Brittany

Chantilly Races

If you are a lover of all things equine then Chantilly is the place to go (50 Km north of Paris). The Hippodrome de Chantilly hosts two of France’s classic horse races - the Prix du Jockey Club and the Prix de Diane Longines every year in June. But if you don’t fancy a flutter then you can always visit the local horse museum, ‘La Musée Vivant du Cheval’, which offers demonstrations three times per day.

Amiens Cathedral en Colours

La Cathédrale en Couleurs

When night falls in Amiens, enjoy a spectacular light show for free! The colours lighting the Notre-Dame cathedral breathing life back into the Saints, apostles and other figures sculpted in stone since the 13th century.

Tour de France

Tour de France

With gruelling routes covering some of France's most beautifully scenic regions, the Tour de France is an iconic cycle race, attracting huge crowds along the route. The Grand Départ of 2018 takes place on the 7th July starting on the Island of Noirmoutier. The early stages of the race go through the Vendée and Brittany regions. As usual there are exciting mountains stages in the French Alps and the Pyrenees.The races finishes in Paris on the 29th July.

Off Parc Activities

If you're looking for somewhere to cast your rod then popular fishing spots can be found just 100m from the parc. But if you'd rather be on the water, the nearby canoe hire's a great option and boat trips are just 5km from the site.

The following activities are available off parc:

Activities Information

Golf

18.5 km from site

Horse Riding

11.5 km from site

Boat trips

5 km from site

Adventure Course

2 km from site
Sports Information

Windsurfing

12 km from site

Canoeing

3 km from site

Kayaking

12 km from site