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Visit the Somme Bay with Kyriad Hotels for spectacular views.

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Hotel 3 stars - 49 km from KYRIAD STRASBOURG NORD - Palais des congrès - Schiltigheim downtown
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Your three-star Campanile Hotel & Restaurant Amiens Glisy is ideally located for exploring the centre of the Picardy region. Y (...) See hotel description

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The Baie de Somme, or Bay of Somme, is an expanse of open water on the Picardie coast. It is the point where the River Somme reaches the English Channel. It is a prime spot in France for bird watching as it is home to many species of migrating birds. The Bay’s open vistas and constantly shifting landscapes make for the perfect setting for enthusiasts to catch sight.

The River Somme was perhaps made most famous by the battles that took place in 1916, when the fierce battle that were fought became turning points in the First World War. The Somme was also integral in the campaign that led up to Agincourt during the Hundred Years War. The town of Saint-Valery-sur-Somme, which is in the Bay of Somme, was where William the Conqueror gathered his forces before invading Britain in the Norman Conquest.

A two-day break

The town on Saint-Valery-Sur-Somme is positioned on a headland overlooking the Bay. The town’s medieval character, gothic church and ramparts make it a popular destination. There is also plenty of history to delve into in Saint Valery. William the Conqueror amassed his fleet there before invading England, and the town changed hands between the English, French and Burgundians several times during the wars between the English and French. Joan of Arc was held in the Prison there by the English.

A seven-day break

Explore the Bay itself and its wonderful scenery. The Bay is massive and offers some amazing scenery. To the south there are shingle beaches and sand dunes and spectacular sand beaches with yet more huge dunes. The changing tides mean the landscapes is constantly changing, with the Bay looking dessert like in the morning and evening while being flooded at midday. Be careful, though, as these changing tides can be dangerous and swimming is forbidden in some places.

Family holiday

A great family outing is to be had on the Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme, a historic railway that runs along the Bay. The service is made up of vintage carriages pulled by steam engines and old diesel engines for a traditional railroad experience. The train runs across the tidal marshes and drained area to Saint Valery sur Somme. The trip can be enjoyed either sitting on traditional wooden seats or standing on the open viewing areas at the end of each carriage.


The Kyriad Hotel Amiens is under an hour from Saint-Valery-sur-Somme. The area is served by local, regional bus services which will take you between villages. By far the best way to travel the Baie de Somme is on the Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme, the historic railway service that goes up the coast.


The Picardy region is full of typically French, hearty food, drawing on the produce of its countryside. Duck pate and leek pie are particular specialities of the area. On the Baie de Somme expect to also enjoy fresh fish dishes. Of course the area also has the standard provision of cheese and wine.


The Parc du Marquenterre holds night time outings which are followed by tasting of the regions produce. These are based on changing themes, such as owls, the estuary or fables and a great way to get a new viewpoint on the area. The Parc also exhibits and sells work by photographers based on local scenery.

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The cell in which Joan of Arc was held in can still be found in Saint Valery by the old village wall. She was held here and then conveyed to Rouen by the English where she was burnt at the stake. The English also destroyed the town’s abbey and cloister in order to strengthen the nearby St Valery castle.