Places of Interest
Enjoy the many places the bay of the Somme has to offer. Walk through the medieval streets of Rouen and enlighten yourself with the history of "Jean d'Arc". Or stroll on the many beachs with remnants of the Great Wars and marvel at the sight of the coloured spectacle on Amiens cathedrals walls.
Glass factory in Eu
Get an educative insight in the skills of glassblowing by visiting this old factory with the explanation of an experienced guide. This museum is known for its collection of perfumebottles.
Castle of Eu
This 16th century castle is a former royal residence and represents the many inhabitants with different styles. The grounds outside the castle are a beautiful place to promenade.
This picturesque seaside village offers more than only the sea. The beautifully coloured houses and rising clay cliffs are simply astonishing.
This city has a lot of historic tales that you simply have to discover. The cathedral and belfort are located centrally and are the two most important touristic buildings.
An old fishing town with rocky beaches and white cliffs. Take your time to walk on top of the cliffs, staring out over the sea, or enjoy a fine meal in one of the many restaurants this town has to offer.
This charming medieval coast town is perfect for half a day of historical visits, walks through the flowered streets and enjoying the coastal breeze.
Visit the serene cemetry of more than 800 Chinese war labourers who died of the Spanish flu.
Aviation museum in Rue
Discover how the brothers Caudron changed from farmers to pioneers in aviation.
The capital of the Somme area is a hub for people that are interested in history, nature and culture. Do not forget to visit the house of Jules Vernes!
The capital of Normandy and home to the most important port in France is thriving and living city full of historic and hot spots.