A green setting in the heart of the cliffs classified in the inventory of picturesque sites since 1959.
The Bois de Cise is an exceptional natural site, a small natural wood, originally wild and deserted, which became a renowned seaside resort in the Belle Époque, under the impulse of a visionary who did not shy away from any means .
This coastal wood was originally a wild wood then a hunting place with hounds in the Middle Ages. At the end of the 19th century, on the initiative of a property developer, the Bois de Cise was sold in lots and became a known seaside resort of the Belle Epoque.
Today, it is a charming holiday and walking place to discover, preferably on foot, along the small wooden paths and stairs that run through the site. Very pretty villas bear witness to the boom years before the First World War.
Like Victor Hugo in his time, do not forget to go to the panorama, fantastic point of view from which we discover the estuary of the Baie de Somme.
Free and guided visit on request.
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