Pierre & Vacances Premium Le Crotoy la Plage

Address: 1 Rue Du Phare, Le Crotoy, Picardy, 80550, France | 3 star condo
 
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Location

This 3 star condo, located on 1 Rue Du Phare, Le Crotoy, is near Le Marquenterre and Baie de Somme (Somme Bay).
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Travel Blogs from Le Crotoy

Le Touquet Experience

A travel blog entry by supersud on Oct 27, 2014

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... beach, clouds, sunset and a beautiful small town feel. Le touqet is known for its cozy feel and most of it's visitors are from bigger cities in France like Paris. This summer retreat town is a vacation driven economy and during off season it's a completely different & quiet feel vs. the summer months.

We then visited the L'impasse bar for an early drink and spent quite a good time with Pauline and ...

Shooting Sunday

A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Oct 19, 2014

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... have been that it was a larger town. The information I'd been given about his headstone was accurate, and we located his burial site easily. This cemetery had been the community cemetery well before the war, with family tombs covered in names and memorials. In a separate section, crosses marked the graves of French soldiers and the occasional German one.

Back to a welcome roaring fire at the house.
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Hesdin to Saen Sans

A travel blog entry by alhngjh on Sep 19, 2014

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We set off fairly up to time from our delightful hotel very full after a breakfast that has set the bar from now on , no parking tickets but about 1 kg of birdshit on the car. First stop Pasendale's Tyne-Cot allied war cemetery there not sure how many thousand I think 12,000 buried of whom 8,367 are unnamed , 33, 783 commemorated but never located. The museum was very simple in the style of a couple of remaining bunkers some letters, both sides, and a voice reading out names ...

Dieppe!

A travel blog entry by yake on Jul 12, 2014

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Started our morning off with a tour along the Dieppe beach. The beach is not at all what I thought it would be - no sand - large rocks form the beachfront area. It's not really easy to walk on either. The Dieppe memorial to Canadians is very close to the beach. It is also directly below a very large castle built in 1440. Built for the King at the time. So cool.....very, very old. We were then given a couple of hours to tour the French market. At the market we could see ...

Le Touquet.

A travel blog entry by narabouts on Jul 10, 2014

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... and Alex had enjoyed the market and had bought some lovely salmon, which they had cooked and eaten by the time that we got back.
After a short break, we walked back to town with Brenda to show her more of the forest area and all of the beautiful houses therein, leaving Alex to have a well-earned rest!
The rain had stopped but it has been very dreary and ...