This attractive sailors' district is great for a walk. Crossed by two little parallel streets, it extends as far as the Sailors' Wayside cross with wonderful views over the Baie de Somme. Nicely decked with flowers, the (late 18th century) houses are painted in bright colours - an age-old tradition
Le Crotoy 'belvédère' (panoramic viewpoint) affords wonderful views over the Baie de Somme. It has a viewpoint diagram dedicated to the artist, Alfred Manessier (painter of light and colour who devoted much of his work to the sands and pebbles of the Baie de Somme). Well worth stopping for a look.
Waiting to be discovered: the Belfry, towers and moats of its fortifications, Gothic abbey church and abbey, many 16th and 17th century bourgeois houses, chapel and cloisters of the Hôtel-Dieu (poor house/hospital) and the 'Napoleon house'.