The natural setting of Crotoy and the Bay of Somme, quite exceptional, the vastness of its range can indulge in the pleasures of walking and many outdoor activities.
Here, the preservation of the environment, traditions and local development are among the motivations and attitudes and reflect the collective thinking. Residents, merchants, artisans, associations Crotoy are all actors on the local economy and tourism, and in their own way out and is committed to a home and a quality of life in Crotoy and Bay of Somme.
The history of Crotoy is very rich, and every street corner, the murmur of a stone that reminds us of the time here, one day, a famous writer, poet, or a painter absorbed by the magic play of light in the Bay of Somme.
The Tourist office ** of Crotoy open every day except Tuesday from 9:30 to 12:30 and from 14h to 18h, Sunday and holidays from 10am to 12.30pm and from 14 to 17.30.
In July and August, the tourist office is open daily from 9:30 to 13h and from 14h to 19h.
The Tourist Office is located Crotoy in the city center, 50 meters from the beach. In addition to its role of information and dissemination, it provides support to local associations, in order to promote the Crotoy and the Bay of Somme.
SECURITY IN BAY OF SOMME
The Somme Bay is an ideal place for relaxing, swimming and many sports: the tank track, kite surfing, horse riding …. However, to enjoy all these activities, we must be vigilant and follow a few safety precautions.
Before leaving for Bay here are some safety precautions that should not be overlooked!
Know the hours of open sea available to the dressing station of the SNSM, in City Hall or the Tourist Office.
- Avoid cross the channel
- Up on the beach 3 hours before the time of the open sea
- The groups must report to the aid station
- Check the color of the flag swimming
- While learning about the weather
- Swimming is monitored inside the yellow buoys in front of the aid station
- The pool of hunting opens five hours after the time of the open sea: DO NOT CROSS THE CHANNEL AT THAT TIME !