Fort Mahon Plage

Spending your holiday in Fort-Mahon-Plage at Le Royon campsite means a chance to visit a small, typical seaside resort from the “golden age” with an undeniable charm. Here you can enjoy all the pleasures of the sea, the dunes and long fine sand beaches, where you can try your hand at sand yachting, horse-riding or golf, with hikes and cycle rides to the neighbouring Quend-Plage.

Do you want to have a go at sand yachting on Fort-Mahon beach?

The Le Royon campsite is ideally located 2 km from Fort-Mahon beach. On this long stretch of fine sand, you can try your hand at sand yachting, a fun, exciting activity that is accessible to everyone. Rolling along close by the ground in Baie de Somme with 25 kilometres of natural beaches from Marquenterre all the way to Baie d'Authie.

A horse-ride to visit the Marquenterre Park differently!

During your stay at Fort-Mahon-Plage, you will see large numbers of riders on Hensons, the typical breed of horse in Baie de Somme. The sight may inspire you to take a horse ride on the beach and along the paths of the Marquenterre Park! Choose between a short horse-ride with the children, a horse-drawn carriage trip or a wild gallop in the wind. Set off to explore one of the biggest ranges of dunes in Europe and enjoy the magnificent views in the Marquenterre area. An exciting activity, the guarantee of great memories of your camping holiday!

Playing golf on one of the top ten golf courses in France!

Why not make the most of your holiday to work on your swing or take up golf? Just a step or two away from the sea, between the dunes, lakes and pine forests, the Belle Dune golf course is THE top golf course in the Somme area. It was listed among the top 100 European golf courses by "Golf World" in 2015. This magnificent 18-hole course and its perfectly maintained fairways blend in perfectly with the landscape. It is also at the heart of the Belle Dune eco-village club, which stands out thanks to the high environmental quality of its design and its Picardy-inspired architecture from the early 20th century.

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