Welcome to our Picardy campsite in the Baie de Somme

Camping des Roses is open from March 23 to November 1st 2018 in Quend-Plage in the Baie de Somme, the most beautiful dune area in Europe! You’ll have a holiday to remember at our 4* Picardy campsite soaking up the peaceful countryside and the nearby beach at Quend-Plage-les-Pins.

Mobile home and camping pitch rental in the Baie de Somme

Camping des Roses provides 256 pitches spread over a leafy 9ha meadow. Check out our rentals sleeping 2-6 guests for a luxury break: 31 mobile homes sleeping 4, 31 mobile homes sleeping 6, 5 mobile homes sleeping 2 and a disabled-friendly mobile home. If you prefer classic camping, you can set up your tent, caravan or motorhome on a spacious and demarcated pitch and get back to nature during your Baie de Somme holiday.

Aquatic centre with covered heated pool

The aquatic centre and covered heated pool are open from April 1st to October 31st. Campers can unwind and experience the joys of swimming, racing down the slide (subject to weather conditions) and playing in the paddling pool. The zen area with massage chairs adds the finishing touch to your wellness break in a 4* Picardy campsite (open April 1st to October 31st).

Fibre optic Wi-Fi rockets your campsite into the 21st century!

The campsite has a fibre optic connection so you can use broadband to surf social networks, stay in touch with friends and share your camping holiday or weekend snaps. Rates: 2 € for 1 day, 5 € for 3 days, 10 € for 1 week, 15 € for 2 weeks. Valid for 2 appliances per pitch.

Explore Picardie Maritime and the Hauts-de-France from the campsite

Camping des Roses is in the perfect location in the middle of the Baie de Somme on the Hauts-de-France coast, 4km from the Quend-Plage fine sand beach and near the Belle Dune golf course and Aquaclub. You’re a stone’s throw from the water sports centre and horse club in Fort-Mahon and Saint-Valery-sur-Somme, Cayeux-sur-Mer, Le Crotoy, Crécy Forest, Parc du Marquenterre, Valloires Abbey and the Château de Rambures are just some of the many historical and natural visitor attractions in the Hauts-de-France.