Bay of Somme
The Bay of Somme is one of the most beautiful bays in the World, classified since 2006 "Great site of France", it is the refuge of a rare flora and fauna. It is a sail stretched between Ponthieu to the north and Vimeu to the south. It is also a haven of peace for the avifauna. Crossing the bay, you will discover the original flora, molières and sheep of salty meadows, huts, professional fishermen but also seals returned to colonize this site of predilection for its reproduction since the 80s. Like tight mesh of the The thread of the sinner, human history is here charged with traditions and passions. Between St Valery S / Somme, whence William of Normandy went to conquer his name, and the small fishing town of Crotoy, from which Jules Vernes wrote "20000 leagues under the seas."