South of Amiens, "Au Fil de l'Angora" is a farm breeding angora rabbits - (very) furry animals - and not something you see everyday. Of course, famous angora wool is produced here. Odile can tell you all about the extraordinary way in which this wool is produced. Shop selling unique items.
Leafy setting at place where the great Normandy cliffs begin to rise. The Bois de Cise is an outstanding site, a little natural wood, originally wild and unoccupied, which became a famous seaside resort in the Belle Époque. Well worth stopping for a walk around.
The battlefield at the Newfoundland memorial gives you a moving and realistic idea of what the fighting must have been like. Three bronze plaques fixed to the base of the mound comprise the national Newfoundland memorial to the missing.
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.
A real old fashioned cannery (family business) using traditional methods to bring the best of the Baie de Somme to your table: salt meadow lamb, glasswort, seafood terrines ... and, new this year, 'gâteau battu' (local brioche)! THE place to go for all your local products.
Mémorial National Australien de Villers-Bretonneux
This imposing memorial, standing behind a vast cemetery, pays tribute to the Australian soldiers who were killed during the Great War. It was at Villers-Bretonneux that they definitively halted the German offensive in April 1918. Every year, on 25th April, Anzac Day is celebrated here.