More than anywhere else in the Bay of Somme, you will find the tradition of fishing and sinners on foot. Here, we find turbot, gray shrimp to taste with a bread of country bread and a bed of salt butter. These shrimps, also called “Seutreles”, are sold along the Quai Courbet or rue St Firmin, patron saint of Picardy. We also find on the stalls of the sinners on foot of the shells of the bay and mussels of bouchots.

In the distance, one sees the sinners on foot, the pants raised, the rake in the hand and the seal.

Here one breathes authenticity, the facades of the houses of sinners are not parted with fanfreluches. They cohabit with the pretty villas of the Belle Epoque.

les phoques du hourdel

les phoques à la pointe du hourdel en baie de somme proche du camping le clos cacheleux

le paradis des oiseaux

Cigognes au parc du Marquenterre à cote du camping le Clos Cacheleux en Baie de Somme

Randonnée a pied ou a vélo

les paysages différents de la baie de somme disponibles en vélo proche du camping le clos cacheleux