When you go on a camping holiday in Le Crotoy, a lively seaside town located on the estuary of the Baie de Somme (Bay of Somme), you will discover wild nature and untouched beauty. Renowned for its fine sandy beach that stretches as far as the eye can see and its little fishing port, Le Crotoy will have you in its thrall in no time at all.
When go on a camping holiday in Le Crotoy, you will want to visit the nature reserve of the Baie de Somme all 7200 hectares of it. It was listed as a ‘Grand Site de France’ in 2011 and is considered one of the best places for bird watching. Nature lovers will be delighted and will even be able to observe the colony of seals that set up home in the bay a long time ago, or the Henson horses, also called Baie de Somme horses with their lovely dun-coloured coats, that are bred specially for riding outdoors. There are so many walks in the Baie de Somme and opportunities to discover the flora and fauna that is omnipresent.
A great many illustrious people have stayed at Le Crotoy. Jules Verne for instance who regularly rented a villa here from 1865 to 1869, Colette who spent five summers here, the famous perfumer creator Guerlain, or even Joan of Arc who was imprisoned here in 1431.
A great many painters also found inspiration in the beautiful landscapes of Le Crotoy and the Baie de Somme: Georges Seurat, Alfred Sisley, Alfred Manessier, Toulouse Lautrec.
Join the ranks of these artists and find inspiration in the beauty of the landscapes of Le Crotoy when you come on your holiday at the campsite that offers you total tranquillity and the magnificent great outdoors.
Your search results: 2 Campsites