The town of Ault (ch'bourqu'éd'Eut, Picard) has an exceptional location. The edge of the cliffs of Normandy Alabaster Coast, with its protected valleuse Bois de Cise, true green setting overlooking the Channel, it is Onival, with its sandy beach at low tide that began with the Coast 'Opal, the Hâble of Ault and, indeed, the former Baie de Somme.
Ault The story is that of the constant struggle of man against the elements. Forced to retreat from the devastating floods of centuries, sailors became blacksmiths, fishermen became metalworkers or dealers. Ault today, yours has the wealth of its landscape. Tourism activity has the privilege of not being "relocated". Therefore everything must be done to revive and revitalize the site. The municipality, the tourist office, artisans and merchants, associations are working on.
Exceptionally located between Normandy and Picardy, between land and sea between the cliffs of Little Caux and majestic Baie de Somme, Ault - Onival - the Bois de Cise offer travelers keen to preserve the natural vastness of the sky Picard.
With several rare buildings: the church belfry church, the chapels Onival and St. Edith in the Bois de Cise, the magnificent library "Paul Eluard" villas "sea bathing" of the Belle Epoque, the lighthouse, the site Mou Ault is not destitute of heritage value should be preserved and promoted.