Welcome to Stéphanie & Éric Lompre
Taste a little of the romanticism which inspired Jules Vernes, Rousseau and Chateaubriand.
This leafy campsite makes an ideal base for exploring the wealth of local flora and fauna. Go bird watching or seal spotting at Marquenterre Ornithological Park, accessible via the local network of cycle paths. Enjoy the Picardy coastline with its rolling dunes and long sandy beaches. And after a long day’s sightseeing or simply doing nothing, share a plate of the famous local Bouchot mussels at the campsite brasserie.
The heated indoor pool (26°C) open all season long.
The lovely, landscaped pitches.
The nearby cycle paths and walking trails.
Beach (5 km)
Heated covered pool
Heated outdoor pool
Wifi (€) across the campsite
Pets allowed on camping pitches(€)(conditions apply)
Pets allowed in rental accommodation(€)(conditions apply)
Restaurant and Snack bar
Fresh bread delivered daily
Mister Flower Club
The Marquenterre park and the Bout d'Amont trail.
Guided walk and introduction to mussel farming on Quend beach. Discover the roots of peasant life and visit a donkey farm.
The remarkable and very beautiful natural environment of the Somme estuary at the Baie d’Authie.
Discover Marquenterre using the cycle paths.
From Saint-Quentin Point to the Hourdel Point, tour the Somme Bay by visiting Maye Beach, the Butte du Moulin in Crotoy, the Sailors' Chapel in Saint-Vale?ry-sur-Somme. Panoramic views.