Grandma, Mum, friend and 2 children aged 4 + 9. We spent last week here. The weather wasn't great but much better than UK. Campsite full of tents, caravans and cabins (ours had 3 bedrooms and a deck where we ate outside.. The guys at the Eurocamp office were fantastic: made a great party for the Jubilee, and were really helpful. There was nightly entertainment (free) and the kids had a super time just roaming the site with other kids. Supermarket 5 mins drive away.We stayed for a week but could have been happy with 2. The local attractions are Amiens: cathedral and Museum. The WW1 visits to Albert (experience underground) and the route up to Beaumont Hamel where young Canadians are keen to show you the trenches and the battlefield where the Newfoundland Regiment fought in 1916. St. Valery: Medieval town is great and also sand and marina at seaside. "English pub" very near museum served really good food.
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