You'll like : This truly imposing memorial, designed by the architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, bears the names of the more than 72,000 British and South African soldiers who have no known grave. In front of the memorial is a cemetery where 300 French soldiers and 300 Commonwealth soldiers are buried.
Replica of a tower near Belfast, in the training camp of the 36th Division which, on 1st July 1916, was caught between Germany fire and British shelling. It is the Irish memorial for the Battle of the Somme.
L'Atelier-Café des Couleurs is an unusual place where you can call in for a bite to eat or a drink, do a bit of grocery shopping (only such shop left in the village) and, above all ... meet Cathy, passionate about interior décor, who can give you lots of ideas for changing your décor.
The Historial is an internationally recognised museum dedicated to the historical, sociological and ethnological aspects of the First World War. It depicts daily life during the war using accounts from those who lived through it.
In a leafy setting near the sea come and see this wonderful collection of donkeys. You can pet the farm animals and tour the hatching room! Expo péda, nature walk or longer trek with a donkey in area suitable for relaxing, discovery and observation. Guided or unaccompanied tours.
The Hâble d’Ault is a unique coastal site, to the south of the Baie de Somme (its big sister), just where the cliffs begin to rise. This old lagoon is protected from the open sea by a narrow and fragile bank of pebbles. It's a first class bird sanctuary and a great place for walks.
Farm where you can pick your own fruit and vegetables straight from the field: potatoes, carrots, leeks, pumpkins in season ... also strawberries and raspberries for those with a sweet tooth! Visitors can also go and see the dairy cows, lovely white ladies and very affectionate!
01 January 2021 to 31 December 2021
Cider, Preserves, Spices and condiments, Fruit and vegetables, Fruit juices, Breeding/rearing, Foie gras/Magrets/Confits