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Here you will find your perfect short-break: outdoors and active, parks and gardens, culture and heritage, well-being, golf, remembrance... We take the visitor on a journey to discover the Somme Bay, in the footsteps of the soldiers of the Great War, for a stroll along the riverbanks, or up to the dizzying heights of the Gothic buildings.

Somme bay is a unique location where water, marshland, dunes and salt-meadows combine; where land and sea merge into one and the horizon is lit with soft, opalescent colours.

Get some fresh air by sand-yachting on the beach at Quend and Fort-Mahon, horse-riding, kayaking in the Somme bay to watch the seals, hiking in the Somme Valley, rafting in Picquigny, taking a guided walk accross the bay between Saint-Valery-sur-Somme and Le Crotoy: sports, leisure activities and nature are all here in the Somme.

Beautiful landscapes, bucolic walks, sky lights: discover the most beautiful facets of the Somme ...

The Somme was deeply affected by the First World War. The battle of 1916 was of massive proportions by the number of nationalities involved the number of dead, missing or wounded on both sides and by traces it left in the landscapes: trenches, mine craters, destroyed vegetation, and villages razed to the ground.

With its art and history, Amiens is particularly famous for its magnificient Gothic cathedral, listed as UNESCO World Heritage.