Discover a little-know coastline - the Picardy coast - by spending your holiday at Quend-Plage-Les-Pins, a seaside resort with an exceptional natural heritage located between the Baie de Somme and the Baie d’Authie.
Its 15 km of fine sandy beach make it the longest beach of the Marquenterre region and will delight fans of sailing and surfing as well as those who enjoy long walks by the sea.
By taking a camping holiday at Quend-Plage, you will be spending a holiday in the midst of unspoilt nature where fine sandy beaches and wild dunes are a stone's throw from a large pine forest perfect for hiking or cycling.
The ideal place for your family holidays, Quend-Plage is home to a very rich fauna and flora. Marquenterre Park, located at the heart of the natural reserve of the Baie de Somme, bears witness to the region's diverse fauna and flora; it is home to many species of birds and mammals which you will be able to watch from your observation posts.
Finally, the Baie de Somme, which was granted the Grand Site de France label in 2011, is also famous for the seals that made their home in the bay and which you are advised not to approach.
Take a camping holiday in Quend-Plage-Les-Pins and satisfy your desire for fresh air and wide open spaces. The seaside resort is a haven of peace and relaxation for your holidays.
Take the time to visit the village of Quend (Quend-ville) to discover its Saint Vaast church with its 15th century chapel, among other sights to see.
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