The Picardy coast
An ideal holiday destination, prized by many tourists in search of nature, the Picardy coast hasvast sandy beaches overlooked by towering cliffs and a stretch of dunes, a paradise for migrating birds.
The charming unspoilt Picardy coast extends for about sixty kilometres, from the mouth of the Bresle to the Bay of Authie.
Set off and explore this wild coastline through the Picardy villages and seaside resorts - Fort-Mahon and Quend stretch out from the Bay of Authie to the Bay of Somme, the Hourdel lighthouse, the pebbles at Cayeux sur Mer, the fishing harbour and marina at Crotoy and Saint Valéry-sur-Somme, as well as its medieval alleyways.
So many beautiful landscapes for holidays in untamed Picardy sauvage.