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camping rent works council rue -In a bucolic setting a few minutes from the beaches of the Bay of Somme and the bird park of Marquenterre a charming Picard farm awaits you in an authentic environment. Marie and Denis will welcome you here on Camping La Ferme des Aulnes. Whether you bring your caravan or camper van or if you prefer the comfort of a mobile home; hospitality and friendliness are not just vain words on this friendly family campsite of 120 pitches.. Welcome rue.
camping rent works council rue : The Somme is also a region of history and leisure, where man has built sky-high cathedrals like in Amiens, as well as traditional beach resorts with big sandy beaches, ideal for sand yachting.
camping rent works council rue : Description of rental
Dining room and equipped kitchen with 2-burner gas hob, microwave, fridge, coffee machine and tableware.
One bedroom with a double bed of 140 x 190 cm.
One bedroom with two single beds of 80 x 190 cm.
Bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet.
Outside : garden furniture, barbecue and private picnic corner.. Leisure rue
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In the courtyard of the former farmhouse of Camping La Ferme des Aulnes you’ll find a covered pool. In summer, when the weather allows it, the pool roof can be opened. The entire family can swim or participate in aquagym classes in high season. You can also choose to relax at the balneo area.
camping rent works council rue : Wellness and tourism
The wellness area of La Ferme des Aulnes will bring you an oasis of peace at the heart of the campsite. During your stay in the Bay of Somme, you can enjoy the site’s sauna and spa, to relax and forget about the daily stress. No need to take your car to buy groceries as the reception offers basic products and a bread service
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Between the Bay of Somme and Bay of Authie, you can see gray seals and harbour seals. They reappeared in these waters in the early 1980s with the ban on the seal hunt in the North Sea. Now there are over 500 in total. Among the places where one can admire, Berck sur Mer houses a colony of up to 60 mammals..