Camping Hauts-de-France: holidays by the sea

Take a moment to visit the Hauts-de-France! Between preserved nature and UNESCO heritage sites, you will be delighted by the diversity of tourism offered by this wonderful region.


Be on the coast, close to the sea

Joining the Hauts-de-France is a guarantee of an unforgettable holiday! The Hauts-de-France offers a variety of horizons: stretches of fine sandy beaches, breathtaking cliffs and the Bay of the Somme, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These preserved natural areas offer a wide variety of activities for young and old alike: surfing, kitesurfing, sand yachting, kite flying, hiking or cycling... Spend a pleasant day with your family as you explore the various panoramas of the Hauts-de-France coastline. Join the hiking trails that lead to the breathtaking cliffs of Ault, you will enjoy a breathtaking view! Go to the beach together to enjoy swimming and sharing moments of joy around building sandcastles and playing ball games.

Head to Malo-les-Bains and you will be seduced by its charming beaches lined with small colourful cabins. It is in this colourful natural setting that you will have the opportunity to take sublime photos with your family. Treat yourself to an ice cream on one of the beautiful beaches. Take a step up to the cliffs of Cap Blanc-Nez on the Opal Coast, a site labelled "Grand Site de France". Soak up the breathtaking panorama of La Manche. Discover Saint-Valery, a small medieval town on the Bay of the Somme which is well worth a visit. Visit the sailors' chapel, its neo-gothic style and its bell tower topped by a seagull will surprise you. Take your children to visit the magical world of the Nausicaa aquarium in Boulogne-sur-Mer, the largest in Europe. Take the fabulous tunnel in the water and you will feel as if you are part of this marine universe. Wonderful moments to share with your family.

Stroll in the heart of nature in the Hauts-de-France

The Hauts-de-France region invites you to stroll along the preserved paths of its 5 Regional Nature Parks. Take a diversion to the many colourful gardens, 31 of which are classified as "Remarkable Gardens". Absorb all the good vibes of the surrounding nature and recharge your batteries during your stay.  Explore the Black Mountains, the forests and the coastline via numerous hiking, cycling and horse riding trails. The region is a true haven of nature and promises to provide you with moments of total disconnection. The region has over 1,000 kilometres of navigable rivers. This is an opportunity to try out different types of boats to explore the charm of the surroundings at the rhythm of the water.

What if you aroused your children's curiosity? Discover the Marquenterre Ornithology Park, a place where more than 300 species of birds rest. The site offers you a fascinating discovery in the company of an experienced guide. Take binoculars and go out to meet the birds. Ready to reconnect with nature? Choose to discover the fauna and flora in a dugout canoe accompanied by a nature guide, you will leave this experience filled with new knowledge, ideal for children! A place not to be missed: the seals at the Pointe du Hourdel on the Bay of the Somme.

Camping Hauts-de-France, a relaxing family holiday

Would you be tempted to come closer to the Baie de Somme for your holidays? The campsite at La Ferme en Baie de Somme welcomes you in a natural setting that will not leave you indifferent. A wide range of mobile homes will meet all your needs. By staying at this campsite, you will benefit from the necessary services: Bar, Restaurant, Snack bar and grocery shop. You will also be able to take advantage of the numerous infrastructures at your disposal: heated indoor swimming pool with retractable dome, paddling pool, playground and inflatable structures. A children's club for 4 to 12 year olds will be ready to welcome your children this summer. If you were looking for a quiet holiday just a stone's throw from the beaches of the Bay of the Somme, you're in luck!