Half-timbered houses, long sandy beaches, rolling hills and historic battlefields. Just a short hop across the channel and a different world awaits. Picardy’s uncrowded coast is home to the Marquenterre nature reserve and the wide open beaches are perfect for sand yachting. Inland is the magnificent Amiens cathedral and everywhere reminders of World War One battles, nowhere more poignant than the Somme 1916 museum at Albert.
Move further west into Normandy and it is of course the Landing Beaches that provide stark reminders of more troubled times, whilst the Bayeux tapestry tells the tale of on older battle. But Normandy’s other treasures will provide you with happier holiday memories. Stroll along elegant Deauville’s famous boardwalks, visit picturesque Honfleur, and treat yourself to some of the cheese, cider and Calvados for which Normandy is renowned.
Normandy Garden Holiday Village is a fantastic spot fora wide range of indoor and outdoor activities or to relax and explore the beaches and towns of Normandy. It's attractive houses, all-weather...
Set behind the sand dunes of the Picardy coast and only an hour from Calais, Belle Dune's pretty houses, water park and golf course are a great base for everyone.
Le Crotoy offers a fantastic French seaside holiday experience with amazing ease - pools on site, a beach on the doorstep and just 75 mins from Calais.