In the Bay of Somme, seals bask at low tide. Formerly hunted, they are now protected. Visitors got up early that morning to collect them. At the end of their telescope, they see a colony basking in the sun, in their natural environment. The sun allows them to recover before setting out again at sea. No approaching is allowed. They would be nearly 500 in the Bay of Somme.
Several hundred meters from the shore, another animal is more easily approached. The Henson horse, typical of the region, is a discovery for a group of apprentice riders. The 1,000-hectare estate once served as a training ground for rally drivers. Today, it is partly traveled, and for three hours of horseback riding, it takes 46 euros.
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