Other places to visit: Fort-Mahon-Plage, Quend-Plage-les-Pins, (beautiful stretches of beach and sand) Belle Dune, not forgetting Le Tréport on the border with Normandy which is only 18 kilometres from the Château.
In the hinterland, you can also visit the Authie Valley, the Valloire Abbey and its magnificent flower gardens, the Rambures Fortress, the Chapel of the Holy Spirit in Rue, the Collegiate Church of Saint-Vulfran in Abbeville and the Abbey Church of Saint-Riquier, the Château d'Eu and many other places close to the Baie de Somme.
An exceptional natural environment:
The Picardy Coast, recognised as the least urbanised coastline in France, constitutes with its hinterland an exceptional environment due to the richness of its preserved natural environments.
These areas are particularly well suited to hiking, and many birds have chosen this region as their home or resting place during their migratory journey. More than two thirds of the birds found in Europe have been observed here.
For a privileged encounter, the Marquenterre ornithological park, in the Baie de Somme nature reserve, allows you to observe birds in complete freedom
On the other side of the bay, the Maison de l'Oiseau (Bird House) invites you to get to know and understand the life of this winged species through superb reconstructed scenes.