Cayeux-sur-Mer is a seaside resort coastal Picard nestled between the Bay of Somme, which is part of the circle of the twenty most beautiful Bays in the World, Marsh Hâble Ault, just stay where many migratory birds, and the green countryside.
History Cayeux-sur-Mer is intimately linked to the world of the sea since the fishing and collecting pebbles for centuries has provided meals and income Cayola. However since the 19th century the tourist economy has experienced a significant essort thanks to the popularity of sea bathing and the appearance of paid leave. Therefore, Cayeux-sur-Mer has a casino and villas "Belle Epoque" came to fill the hamlets of La Molliere and Brighton.
Today, the beach is always lined Cayeux-sur-Mer its boardwalk which allows for walks in all seasons and a multitude of beach huts very popular with visitors.
The cuisine of the resort is mainly based on seafood: in fact, several restaurants offer the traditional moules-frites (mussels in mussel beds high in the Bay of Somme), and sauerkraut sea adorned with samphire (sea cucumber ). In addition to many dishes available Cayeux-sur-Mer are typical of the Maritime Picardie: the Leek Pie, the pie with potatoes and battered the cake is the dessert traditional meals or family celebrations. Finally, the side with or without prunes (called Pie Badrée) is the typical dessert Cayola.
Several activities are available to you at Cayeux-sur-Mer:
The Beach! Cayeux-sur-Mer has one of the longest beaches of the Picardy Coast with nearly 10 miles of coastline that give free rein to outdoor activities.
School of kite surfing in the bay of the Somme, ultra famous for the quality of teaching spot.
The Cayeux-sur-Mer Casino, the only casino in the Picardy coast, offers many slot machines as well as many dances.
A visit to the station and Canoe Rescue Benoit Champy, Historical Monument.
The Beach Club Mickey welcomes children in July and August.
Walking aboard the Petit Train de la Baie de Somme, leaving Cayeux-sur-Mer.
Visit La Maison de la Baie de Somme and Bird, which will allow you to understand the diversity of the Somme.
A visit to the Chapel of the Sailors, witness the rich maritime history of the station.
A visit to the fishing port of Hourdel, which offers one of the most beautiful views over the Bay of Somme and the opportunity to observe the largest colony of harbor seals France.
Walks on the boardwalk lined with colorful beach huts.
Walks on foot, horseback or bicycle through the many marked hiking trails of Marsh Hâble Ault, Pine wood and low fields.