Campsites in Picardy

Forests, lots of timber,wheat plains and marshes are features of Picardy. Charming medieval towns such as Lille and a coastline full of beaches and cliffs makes this a great region for an ideal holiday!

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La Bien Assise
Beautifully situated between the hills
Small campsite in the grounds of a chateau
Swimming pool and water slide
Tennis, table tennis and mini golf
£698From: £568
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
9 accommodation types available

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12 km away from sandy beaches
Castle Camping
Pool with slide
Various dining options
£487From: £393
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
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Le Clos Cacheleux
Located in an old palace area
Heated pool area
Calm campsite
Only 10 km from Baie de Somme
From: £313
June 22 - 7 nights, 2 adults
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Bays and castles

The Bay of Somme is a well preserved natural area which consists in large expanses of dunes, marshes and salt meadows. Here is the Natural Reserve of the Bay of the Somme and in particular the 'Marquenterre Park', an oasis of peace for the many wild birds. To explore the flora and fauna just go for long walks or mountain biking. To enjoy even more  nature the castle of Chantilly, rich in art treasures, has a beautiful garden of 115 hectares.

Gothic town

In the heart of Picardy is Amiens with the Gothic cathedral of Notre Dame; one of the largest classic French Gothic churches . The romantic charm of this precious city remains enclosed in the 'Hortillonnages': floating gardens, scattered in almost 300 acres of land in the canals. 
Also worth visiting is the city of Beauvais which offers as its main attraction the cathedral of St. Pierre, in which is located the original astronomical clock with 68 dials and 52 moving figures, which depicts the story of the Last Judgement.