Location of the house in relation to key facilities (railway station, highway, hospital ...)

Situated on the edge of a conservation area, Bois de Cise, is 1 km from the sea

Shopping and other facilities : Ault (F-80460), Mers-les-Bains (F-80350) and Eu (F-76260), 3, 5 and 6 km

Medical Centre : Eu (F-76260) 2, rue de Clèves (Phone +33 2 27 28 22 22)

Railway Station : (F-76470) Le Tréport 7 km away. There is a port and a Casino.

Motorway access : (A28) at (F-80100) Abbeville 28 km away


Description " Bois de Cise " : BY WOODS AND SEA

Bois de Cise is one of the few natural forests in the hilly coastal region of Picardy. You can enjoy all the delights of the sea and the woodland with its plants and wildlife. Perfect for walking tours, it is featured on the list of Protected Sites in France (Monuments Naturels et des Sites). It is the perfect place for relaxing and is dotted with wonderful grand seaside houses and villas.

The maritime climate has fashioned the trees and the different soil varieties are host to a diversity of plant species. You will find bluebells, beech trees, different oak varieties, wild cherry and chestnut trees. Among the bushes are hazel, hawthorn, holly, broom and gorse. Wild geraniums are a protected plant species to be found here.


Divers photo du Bois de Cise



Extending over 7,200 hectares, the Baie de Somme is the largest estuary in Northern France, being 14 km deep and 5 km wide. It’s the seasonal home to many migratory birds. Governed by the tides and the seasons, the location offers a variety of exceptional landscapes, where plant life and birds as well as a growing seal population can be observed.


La baie de Somme

Tourist office "Ault" contact : 4, Place du Maréchal Foch, F-80460 Ault - Phone : +33 3 22 60 57 15

Haute Normandie tourist highlights

Extending over an area 12,317 km2 , Haute Normandie is made up of two departments, Seine-Maritime et Eure. On the Côte d’Albâtre (Alabaster Coast), it stretches from Tréport to Le Havre with many small resorts and well known towns like Fécamp, Etretat or Dieppe along the way. Take a few steps back from these high white chalk cliffs and you’ll be regaled by the scents and flavours of sea and land which are unique to this “terroir”.

Tréport nestles at the base of the highest cliffs in Europe. A lively fishing port, buzzing all year round, the town is famous for its numerous seafood restaurants and the celebrated Moules Frites (mussels with French Fries) which are prepared there. It also offers an exceptional view point from the top of the cliffs, conveniently accessible via the funicular, boat trips, a Casino …etc

Opposite Tréport lies Mers-les-Bains which its renowned Belle Epoque style seaside villas. Its sandy beach stretches for miles at low tide.

Slightly further inland is Eu, the last of France’s royal domains with its 2,000 years of heritage.


Other places to visit in Normandy

Tourist Office "Le Tréport" : Quai Sadi Carnot, F-76470 LE TREPORT - Phone +33 2 35 86 05 69

Tourist Office "Eu" : Place Guillaume Le Conquérant, F-76260 EU Tél : Phone +33 2 35 86 04 68