Hotel Picardia

41 rue du Romerel, Saint-Valery-sur-Somme, 80230, France
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Parking St Valery sur Somme

by borderer3

Am thinking of 2 weeks in St Valery July/August time , appt near centre, what is parking situation, free, expensive or impossible

Thanks in advance


Re: Parking St Valery sur Somme


It's a small place. Looks nice.
On (say, the French googlemaps) there are no specific parkings indicated. Try it out, it may give lots of other info such as ATM's, supermarkets, and public services, etc.

You could enquire at the tourist office:

Re: Parking St Valery sur Somme

by ranger49

Do I understand that you will be staying in an apartment? If so, the owner should be able to tell you if the written or web site details do not mention it.

Travel Tips for Saint-Valéry-sur-Somme

Attention! Closing day of the Tourist office

by Martinewezel

If you'd like some additional info on must sees in town or in the region, lodging and so on, don't come here on a Monday! Weekly closing day of the Tourist Office (visitors center). The office is located at the Place Guillaume le Conquérant. Very easy to find. It's location number 1 on this map. (scroll down to page two)

Budget town

by Martinewezel

You can set your mind at ease that a visit in St-Valéry won't crack your bank account. Parking your car is cheap (5 euros for 24 hours) and all restaurants have budget menus. Mussels between 7.90 euros and 11 euros.
Not surprizingly... lots of restaurants, a lot of competition.

Valloires Abbey and Gardens

by Martinewezel

Founded in the 12th century by Cistercian monks and rebuilt in the 18th century. It is the only abbey in France of this age.
At first sight, it looks FAN-TAS-TIC!
Too bad we arrived at 4 pm and the last guided visit just departed. No self-guiding visit allowed! What a bummer! A little frustraded we nosed around in the visitor's center which was still open... a shop with mainly books and religious items...
But there are were a few good looking replicas of original Roman miniature architectural ornaments. We were enchanted by this one: only €26. (see third picture)

The gardens cover 20 acres with an unique collection of 5000 species and varieties of plants. Separate entry from the Abbey and separate entrance fee!

Another tip: Coming from St-Valéry, you'll enjoy driving the road to this Abbey, which is so picturesque with old little houses and manors, special spots and more...

Fetes Guillaume

by Ipanema_Princess

In 1066 William the Conqueror ( in french "Guillaume le Conquerant) stopped in St Valery before going to conqueer England.
Im remembrance, every year, the town celebrates the "Fetes Guillaume) the last week end of june or beginning of july. The old city comes back to Medieval Times, with animations, bands and many people in costums. If you're lucky you'll even be able to meet William himself !

Fortifications and history

by wandeljp

Fortifications and history

The origin of our city is extremely old. Its history is directly related to its geographical situation. Its site sheltered within the estuary of the Sum, the presence of dead cliffs made of Valery Saint a place favourable with the occupation of the man.

As of prehistory, the site (then a small island with high tide) was occupied. The Gallic occupation is attested dice the 5th century before J.C. After the Roman conquest (- 52), the Roman presence is quite real on banks of old Bay of Somme. One released a sanctuary with Boismont and discovered a treasure of parts and jewels in Mons Boubert.

During several centuries, a Gallo-Roman “cohabitation” settles in a quite relative peace.
At the 5th century, they is the great invasions come from north, they are the frank ones which settles in our areas and mix with the existing populations.

Towards 500, it is the baptism of Clovis, king of the Frank ones.


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