Picardy, part of Hauts-de-France, is a historical region of northern France, borders Paris. Picardy offers beautiful landscapes, where impressive castles pick from the hills and gothic cathedrals tower around the towns. It suggests a wide variety of things to do from beautiful beaches, captivating castles, historical cities and architecture, Champagne vineyards, and much more.
France, Northern France
Half day to 2 days
Accessibility Level – High
France (formal), English spoken by most of the population
Babies, Kids, Teens, Adults, Seniors
Amiens is the biggest Cathedral in France. Built more than 800 years ago, the great Gothic Cathedral, with its flourishes and stained glass, is a very inspiring place to visit.
The Somme Bay
Somme Bay ranked as one of the most beautiful bays in the world. Take a walk or bike ride and enjoy the fresh air, explore the beaches and many available trails and cross the golden sandbanks at low tide. The bay also benefits from being one of France’s essential stopovers for migrating birds, settling alongside the harbor seals and other animals profiting from the bay foods variety.
The Château de Pierrefonds was built at the end of the 14th century by Duke Louis of Orleans. It got destroyed in the 17th century and restored in Napoleon the 3rd area to become a stunning, magical medieval castle.