To Discover Around the Campsite

From the campsite, discover the Baie de Somme and the Glass Valley

Ideally located between the Baie de Somme and the Glass Valley, from the campsite you shine to discover the riches of our heritage.


  • L’Eglise Saint Martin : L’église Saint Martin was built by Edmond Douillet, whose reputation as a church builder was already great. He preferred to be inspired by Christian basilicas with Byzantine Dome.
  • Notre Dame de la Falaise : also called Notre Dame des flots, was inaugures on august 18, 1878. Its 7 meters  high Base has 3 bas reliefs representing the Patron Saint of the 3 sisters cities; Saint Jacques for Le Tréport, Saint Laurent for Eu and Saint Martin for Mers les Bains.
  • Les villas Belle Epoques : With the discovery of sea bathing and the therapeutic benefits, Mers is experiencing spectacular development. At the end of the 19th century, the railwaybrought to our coast the first vacationers called “Bathers”. These, from the aristocracy of the time were going to settle thereby building the first second homes of our modern world.


Come in Le Tréport to visit :

  • L’abbaye Saint Michel : built in 1036 by le comte Robert 1er (Comte de Eu).
  • L’Eglise Saint-Jacques : built on the ruins of the old parish church and cemetery.
  • Le Presbytère : the facade of the presbytery is listed as a historical monument.
  • Les Anciennes Halles : built after the first world war, was closed for a while before it became a covered market.
  • La chapelle Saint-Julien : built in 14th century.
  • Le quartier des Cordiers : very typical by its architecture, it house many small shops.
  • Musée du Vieux Tréport : Museum by the old Tréport


This natural oak and ash wood, nestled in the hollow of the cliff, unique on the Channel coast. Became a renowned seaside resort at the start of the 20th century.

This site, protected from the wind and spray, allows lush vegetation to flourish: beeches, oaks, carpets of hyacinths and daffodils stand alongside the Belle Epoque villas perched on their promontory.

Supporting old postcards, you will discover the history of this seaside resort born in 1898, the Lumen or Fanfreluche villas, will take you to the Victor Hugo point of view …


Come to visit the Royal town between earth and sea :

  • Le Château Musée Louis Philippe : Built by the Duke of Guise in the 16th century, it evolved over the centuries and became the favorite residence of the last king of France : Louis Philippe.  In 2012, magnificent restoration of the Gallery of Guise, a sumptuous salon with its collection of 46 portraits.
  • Le Parc et le Jardin à la française : Charming places that encourage you to stroll
  • La Collègiale Notre Dame et sa crypte : It was in the second part of the 12th century that construction began in honor of Saint Laurent O’Toole, Archbishop of Dublin, who died in Eu in 1180. Monument of superb proportions, characteristic of the Franco-Norman pre-Gothic, nave original, choir rebuilt in the 15th century and organs from the 17th century.
  • Chapelle du Collège des Jésuites : The chapel was built in 1613 by Catherine de Clèves, in memory of her husband, Henry de Lorrain, Duke of Guise assassinated in Blois in 1588.
  • Hôtel Dieu : Hospital complex, in bricks and wooden parts, from the 17th century. Only the part where the library is locates is open. Rare covered cemetery, resting place for nuns.
  • Chapelle Saint Laurent : 19th century built in homage to the Archbishop of Dublin, Saint O’Toole. At an altitude of 100m, it offers a breathtaking view of the Bresle estuary, the town of Eu and its sisters Mers and Le Tréport.


At first from a low height, around thirty meters, the cliffs rise gradually to reach more than eighty meters south of the village.

The cliffs first bend slightly at the level of the town center, which is built on the sides of a valleuse (dry valley), the Main Street of which occupies the bottom.

They bend again at the Bois de Cise, which allowed a wood to form and then a hamlet of villas to settle. From the top of the cliffs, the view is exceptional.

Towards the south, you can see the entrance to the port of Le Tréport and, much further, the point of Ailly with its lighthouse which is located beyond Dieppe.

Towards the north, we see the low fields, Cayeux, The Baie de Somme and beyond the dunes of Marquenterre. The view stretches over nearly 60km of coastline.

Come and walk in the footsteps of Victor Hugo, who stayed there in 1837, and discover his ecclesiastical Belfry of Saint Pierre church dating from the 14th century.


For a day, escape to the heart of Baie de Somme, aboard the steam train that will take you from Cayeux to Le Crotoy, via St Valery sur Somme.

Welcome aboard !!!

To take a break in this fast-paced world, and dive back into the last century, browse the Sea Baths Network at the rate  of 25km/hour. Listen to the powerful breath of the steam locomotive, smell the coal and then at the whistle of the conductor, it is gone for a moment of relaxation lulled by the movement of the train and the clicking of the wheels on the rails…

To discover the landscapes of the Baie de Somme in an authentic way, let’s practice eco-mobile tourism.


credit photo : envato-elements

The largest French seal colony has taken up residence in the Bay of Somme.

Seals rest out of the water at low tide on resting places (sandbank that emerge at low tide) to regenerate their energy, to give birth and breastfeed the young, to moult…