Cayeux-sur-Mer is a seaside resort coastal Picard nestled between the Bay of Somme part of the closed circle of the twenty most beautiful bays in the world, the Marais Hâble Ault, come to stay where many migratory birds, and the green countryside.
Cayeux-sur-Mer got the Blue Flag. Created by the French office of the Foundation for Environmental Education in Europe in 1985, the Blue Flag values each year municipalities and marinas that lead permanently sustainable tourism development policy.
The history of Cayeux-sur-Mer is intimately linked to the sea world insofar as fishing and collecting pebbles for centuries has provided meals and income Cayolais. However since the nineteenth century the tourist economy has boomed thanks to the popularity of sea bathing and with the advent of paid leave. Therefore, if Cayeux-sur-Mer has a casino and villas "Belle Epoque" came to fill the hamlets of La Mollière and Brighton.
Today, the beach is always lined Cayeux-sur-Mer its boardwalk which allows the walks in all seasons and a multitude of very popular beach huts for visitors.
The gastronomy of the station is mainly based on seafood: indeed several restaurants offer traditional moules-frites (molds of mussel beds high in the Bay of Somme), and sauerkraut sea adorned with samphire (sea pickle). In addition to many dishes available Cayeux-sur-Mer are typical of the Maritime Picardie: the Leek Pie, the pie with Potatoes and the Beaten Cake is the traditional dessert pizza parties or family. Finally, the side with or without prunes (called Pie Badrée) is the typical dessert Cayolais.