In a charming corner of nature, away from the bustle of town life, stand the wooden houses on stilts in the Domaine du Val. A paradise for hard-pressed town dwellers looking to switch off and chill.
Holidays or weekends, taking time off is even more important for young parents: work, running around, seeing to the kids, running, running, sleeplessness... Say stop… while you enjoy a stay in Bay of Somme!
Switch off, slow down, relax. At the Domaine du Val, everything is centred around you and your baby's or young children's wellbeing, with play activities in the heart of nature.
For families, the day often starts with an encounter with the Domain animals. On your morning walks, with a little bit of luck, you'll see your children marvelling at the partridges, pheasants and the many wild rabbits, and maybe a deer!
You can also say hello to Perlette the donkey, star of the Domain and children's friend, who'll be overjoyed if you have the good idea of giving her a crust of bread!
Take part in the life of the Domain with your children, by looking at the vegetables in the garden and collecting fresh eggs from our friends the hens Catcat and Cotcot!
Table tennis, petanque, trampoline, football and outdoor games right in the middle of 3 hectares (7 acres) of parkland, there's no lack of opportunities to play and run around in the heart of nature! If it's rainy, no problem, there are games for toddlers in the club house, board games for the older ones and of course the covered swimming pool.
Go on an unforgettable family outing with your children to see the seals at the Pointe du Hourdel. These fascinating creatures with thousands of astonished little heads poking out of the water will enchant your kids! There's a guide at your disposal to tell you everything about them, their habitat and their habits.
After a well-deserved rest, why not make sand castles on one of the Bay of Somme's many beaches and finish the day at the domain with a nice barbecue.
One thing is certain, whether you're young or old, you're never bored at the Domaine du Val!