Located in an unspoilt environment in the midst of the dunes and pines, relax with your family in this water activity park, with the waters maintained at a temperature at 29 ° C in summer and winter. Pools, slides, a sauna and a hammam… all the ingredients of a fun family outing are laid on at the Aquaclub. Come and take advantage of this space dedicated to relaxation and amusement at Fort-Mahon-Plage. Reserve your evenings for entertainment by the water too as every Friday in high season and during the school holidays, the Aquaclub programs themed evenings.
A completely new building houses the Casino de Fort Mahon Plage. After years of closure, it has reopened on the same site. The casino offers a large choice of leisure activities: a restaurant with a terrace, a bar, three pool tables, an auditorium for concerts and big national shows, but also exhibitions and a Black Jack table.
The first French sand yachting school created in 1985, Eolia Picardie offers an introduction and trips in a sand yacht along the 25km of beach between the Baie de l'Authie and the Baie de Somme. Yet Eolia is not just about sand yachting as you can also discover the region, via trips in a kayak, by bike or on foot.
Learn how to be an accomplished sand yachter at this school that offers introductory courses for beginners and refresher courses for those more experienced in the sport. Sailing excursions in the Bay of Somme and an introduction to fly fishing are also available.
This unspoiled setting with miles of beach, located near the Marquenterre Bird Park and the Bay of Somme, makes this the ideal location in which to learn sand yachting. Why not tour the beaches on a quad bike?
The Authie Bay has a diverse natural environment: multiple plant species grow there, including very rare species such as marram grass, wild rye sands and Liparis Loesel. You will find animal species there including the peregrine falcon, sparrows and storks, and the bay is worth a visit for its seals alone.
During your walk with the family, with a little luck, you will spot some of the seals, which have been regular visitors to the bay for a long time and tend to be found mainly in the estuary. There are colonies of seals in Fort-Mahon-Plage, and they are especially numerous in June. You can spot both harbour seals and grey seals with their long snouts.