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.