Try trout or fly fishing on this site of nearly 3 hectares. You can also have lunch overlooking the pools and sample smoked eel or EXTRA fresh trout (fished while you watch). A lovely way to relax. Shop selling fish and other produce.
In the early 20th century, this little steam train brought passengers to beaches on the Picardy coast. Today you can take a trip through this lush countryside with its marshes, crops and 'mollières' (salt meadows with little pools) between Le Crotoy, St-Valery- sur-Somme and Cayeux sur Mer. All aboa
An adventure playground with activities for all the family. Thanks to safety nets, children as young as 3 can play at being tightrope walkers in the trees. Bigger children and adults have the choice of 5 different circuits through the trees (zip lines, monkey bridges, etc.). In all, over 3 hours of
Traditional puppet theatre in the Saint Leu district, starring Ch'Lafleur (a bit of a dreamer, a grumbler) and his mate Tchiot Blaise, both part of the history of Amiens. Plays for all the family (children from 5 years) all year round and puppet collection display (free admission).
Explore the hidden face of the dunes when you ride around Le Marquenterre reserve on a Henson horse - one thousand hectares of sand dunes and pine trees. Your guide, who knows the site like the back of his hand, can tell you all about its history, flora and fauna. Wonderful panoramic views of the Ba