The Somme bay hosts the largest french colony of seals that take advantage of the low tide to rest on the sandbanks. It's is the best time to meet a part of the 190 grey seals and 650
Observation outings are fonction, each day, of low tide hour. Consult the CALENDER to know the days and times of departure to go to "A la rencontre des hôtes de la baie"
The Somme bay covers an area of 7200 hectares composed of sandbanks, greasy swampy lands "mollières" (where salt meadows sheep graze) naturally drained by channels, pantry of many birds.