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We first came here to visit the local vet to have our dog ready to back to UK. It is one of the few vets who don't need an appointment.
We stay at "Le Walric" and walk into town. As you do so you rapidly...More
The historic part of this seaside town is surprisingly big. the streets are lined with old buildings and the castel and a few houses have been turned into hotels/B&B's. There are information boards dotted around the area given information in both French and English. There...More
This site is well worth a visit even if it means navigating narrow streets to get to it. Parked by a wall, looked over to find an extremely long drop, could be dangerous with children. The church has some amazing stained glass windows and some...More
We decided to visit St Valery, having read about it in one of our guidebooks. We got there early and found parking relatively easily. I would think that later in the day and at weekends it might be more difficult to park. The railway which...More
Obviously a very attractive tourist place. The shopping on the way, the multiplication of places and the contrast of the medieval and the modern is great. The views over the bay from the ramparts is brilliant.
The best part of Saint-Valery sur Somme is when you leave the shops behind you. The old city has very charming streets. A little bit south of the Somme, there are several streets with flowers. They give a very enjoyable experience in the old city.