Camping Les 2 Plages
A campsite in Quend between Baie de Somme and Baie d’Authie
The Quend region, anchored in the heart of the Baie de Somme, is charmingly diverse. Between majestic dunes, verdant forests and endless sandy beaches, Quend offers the perfect balance of wilderness and gentle tranquility.
Outdoor activities abound, from sand yachting on the beach to cycling through the picturesque countryside. History buffs can also visit the Château de Quend, a testament to the region’s rich heritage.
Whether you’re looking for adventure or contemplation, the Quend region of the Baie de Somme is a place of unspoilt natural beauty and authentic atmosphere.
Plage de Fort-Mahon-Plage
Plage de Quend-Plage
Bagatelle parc d’attraction
Arbre & Aventure Quend-Plage
Asinerie du Marquenterre
Découvrez les phoques
Espace équestre Henson
Poney club du Marquenterre
Petit train de la Baie de Somme
Parc du Marquenterre
Campsite near the Baie de Somme
The Baie de Somme, a natural gem nestled in the Quend region of Hauts-de-France, offers a landscape of exceptional beauty. Its vast stretches of sand, salt marshes and lush green meadows attract nature lovers and birdwatchers from all over the world. Curious seals emerge from the calm waters, adding a magical touch to this natural tableau.
The picturesque villages along the bay, such as Quend, offer an authentic atmosphere, with their traditional houses and local markets. Visitors can explore this nature reserve on foot, by bike or on horseback, discovering a unique and preserved biodiversity.
The Baie de Somme is home to a varied and unique fauna, attracting birdwatchers and nature lovers alike.
Majestic dunes, endless beaches and picturesque villages offer the perfect balance of wilderness and serenity.