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Le port du Crotoy, Picardy, France
Le Port du Crotoy is also known as Port Le Crotoy or Port of Le Crotoy and it is situated in the commune of Le Crotoy, in the northern side of France, bordered by the English Channel. It has very few inhabitants and an exotic look, given by the clean beaches and the blue waters that surround the town. This commune is a part of the Somme department in the region of Picardie and it is the perfect location for those who wish to explore the area. Tourists have the chance to admire spectacular views and spend delightful days while touring the beaches. The Fromagerie du Crotoy offers amazing cheese that travellers will be pleased to taste, as well as a traditional gastronomy that is served by local restaurants like L;Auberge de la Marine Restaurant, the Bellevue, Le Romille, etc. The narrow gauge called Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme is an important attraction for those who are fond of nature. Jules Verne was inspired by this area when he wrote 20 000 Leagues Under the Sea.
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Attractions in this region
The region of Picardy is one of the most visited of France and it is one of the 27 important areas of the country. The lovers of the wine, beauty, architecture, natural landscapes and active vacation will definitely enjoy the journey in the region of Picardy. It encompasses 3 departments: Oise, Somme and Aisne. It its close vicinity, the region of Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Champagne-Ardenne, Ile-de-France and Haute Normandie are bordering this region. The most popular city in Picardy is Amiens but there are other cities of a great importance and a rare, French beauty, Beauvais is one of those cities, St-Quentin, Compiegne, Laon and Saint-Valery-sur-Somme.
The city of Amiens is the perfect destination for tourists all over the world that have a taste for the architectural styles that can be found here and who enjoy discovering the cultural and art heritage that the previous generations have left behind as their legacy. Some of the most popular places and sites of Amiens ar... more info