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Take a look at our exclusive bargain packages formulated just for you. Useful information about accommodation, outings and activities including rates and opening hours so you can prepare your trip from the comfort of your own home !

Chambre d'hôtel©SommeTourisme

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Hotels, holiday apartments, campsites, bed and breakfast, self-catering cottages... in the country, in town, or at the seaside! You're absolutely sure to find the accommodation to satisfy your every desire!

Where to eat

Take a look at our suggestions to find out where to taste the best of Picardy and titillate your taste-buds: salt marsh mutton, samphire, mussels, locally made cake,...or the restaurants with beautiful views!

Places of interest

Outings in the Somme : the must-sees like Amiens Cathedral or Marquenterre Bird Sanctuary. Learn about our local heritage, museums, memorials, gardens, etc...

Things to do

Take a look at our activities in the Somme. Inside and out. With the children. At the heart of nature : sand-yachting, horse-riding, kayaking, hiking, guided walks...


Festival of birds and nature, flea markets, Anzac Day, cathedral in colours, Music Festival in Saint-Riquier... all the events not to be missed with dates, rates and booking information.

Walking and Hiking

Hiking, cycling, horse-riding, kayaking - all of our hiking trails with maps and indications so you don't lose your way!

Seminar rooms

For your seminars, workshops and conferences, take a look at our seminar and reception rooms.

Historial de la Grande Guerre, étang du Cam©Nicolas Bryant

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The Great War


The Somme will ever remained scarred by war. The remains of trenches, shellholes and the many cemeteries and memorials are a constant reminder of the pain that was suffered here 100 years ago.

The Remembrance Trail, a circuit linking Albert and Péronne, two symbolic towns of the Great War, enables visitors to discover the main sites of remembrance on the Western Front in the Somme.

2018 has been an exceptional year of remembrance, where thousands of visitors came to the area in commemoration of the final battles of the Great War and the Armistice, signed on 11th November 1918.