Water pleasures of all kinds await you on our Les Aubépines campsite in Le Crotoy!
Heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a children’s splash pad, not forgetting the massage jets and counter-current swimming… Discover a superb swimming area and have beginner’s Aquatonic classes. Run by our vibrant activity leader, make the most of your holiday to feel good.
A new feature that will appeal to both young and old! The water park will be equipped with an aquafrein slide set with a double-lane pentaglide for racing and a rotating slide!
Campsite and swimming pool in Le Crotoy
Take full advantage of the water pleasures on our campsite in the Baie de Somme estuary, with an indoor pool! In this heated area, a superb swimming pool is on offer to you. The most athletic should try counter-current swimming! Then don’t delay in relaxing your muscles under the massage jets… Nearby, your children are having the time of their lives! Between the waterfalls, tunnels and water cannons, your young kids leap around safely. On this splash pad, they have the chance to make loads of new friends, via a few splashes. And as you’re never far away, do watch out! They might try to soak you, as soon as your back’s turned…
Our indoor heated pool welcomes you from 29th March to 6th October 2024, and from 18th October to 3rd November 2024
Notre piscine extérieure chauffée est ouverte du 15 juin au 08 septembre 2024
Our outdoor heated swimming pool is open from 29th March to 6th October 2024
Children should always be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Swimming shorts are prohibited in the water park.
As a hygiene measure, please pack swimming trunks in your suitcase.
An outdoor area to cool down and get a suntan
You will enjoy relaxing on the sunloungers in our pool area.
Comfortable, there are numerous sunloungers laid out, so you can always find one free!
What better than stretching out on one of these sunbeds, to make the most of the sunshine and get a suntan.
The Baie de Somme is nearby. You simply have to listen carefully to hear the noise of the waves, as the tide rises, and hear the birds sing here and there, while going about their business …You relax on the Les Aubépines campsite.
After you’ve been in the swimming pool, relax on the sunloungers!
Outside, our heated swimming pool entices you to come and swim and have fun!
It is also here that you will have the delight of beginner’s Aquatonic.
With a qualified and dynamic activity leader, doing sport becomes child’s play.
After a lovely, cooling swim, what a delight to sunbathe, on the comfortable sunloungers around this area.
Read a book around the water, talk with another holidaymaker family or simply do nothing, holidays are also about that!
Sandcastles, swims and water activities!
Around our campsite with a swimming pool in Le Crotoy, the Baie de Somme estuary sets aside numerous surprises. There are in particular superb beaches and other perfect spots, for water sports activities!
In Le Crotoy, discover longe-côte (wading through water in a line)!
In Quend Plage Les Pins, discover a sublime sandy beach, perfect for sunbathing on your towel!
Children can build sandcastles, swim in the sea and even (from aged 7) do beginner’s sand yachting.
If you love sliding sports, head for Cayeux sur Mer!
On this beach, you can try out your balancing skills with kitesurfing, stand-up paddle boarding and even foiling.
Come the evening, do not delay in going to Fort Mahon beach to enjoy the sight of the sun setting over the water, and maybe get the chance to see a seal colony…
Shore fishing on the surrounding beaches
Shore fishing is a superb activity to do as a family, during your holiday on the Flower Camping campsite in the Baie de Somme estuary.
On the Le Crotoy beach, you can particularly collect numerous shellfish, such as cockles or razor shells. You can also gather halophyte plants, such as samphire, produce used frequently in the region, mainly for its sea-tasting favours.
Don’t forget to take a bucket and small landing net with you!
Children will delight in fishing for shrimps or gathering cockles, when the tide goes out.
Do be careful though. Shore fishing is regulated so it is important to find out the various rules in force.