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Saint-Valery-Sur-Somme offers a summer getaway for those that fancy spending time at the beach, or a winter retreat over the festive season. Hotels.com has a good selection of Saint-Valery-Sur-Somme hotels, offering a variety of amenities. Whether you prefer a rental equipped with a spa, or a room with Internet available, read through the hotel descriptions to see what is available. Our helpful interactive map is ideal for pinpointing the exact location of each hotel. You can also make use of the price per night filter if you have a particular budget in mind. Reviews provided by previous guests are recommended reading, to assist you with your decision and book with confidence. If you're hoping for a certain ambience, spend time looking through the photographs available with each hotel description.

What's Saint-Valery-Sur-Somme Like?

Saint-Valery-Sur-Somme is a picturesque coastal village situated at the mouth of the Somme River. It is also adjacent to the English Channel in northern France. To the east lie the historic Somme battlefields of World War II. This charming village is popular for its medieval architecture, cobbled streets, and brightly colored cottages. While here, visit the medieval ramparts and the Gothic Saint Martin Church. Hotels.com Saint-Valery-Sur-Somme hotels are within a short distance of golden sandy beaches, bird sanctuaries and golf courses. Other points of interest include the residence of Anatole France, and the prison cell in which Joan of Arc was held in the early 15th Century. The Musée Picarvee is a fascinating museum that recreates life in a 19th century Picardy village. A favorite among visitors of all ages is the 'Chemin de Fer de la Baie de Somme' narrow gauge steam railway, which remains in operation along the length of the bay.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Saint-Valery-Sur-Somme.

The French may do things differently to what you are accustomed, so take a look through these handy tips provided by Hotels.com to help make your stay at one of the Saint-Valery-Sur-Somme hotels even more pleasurable. The language spoken here is French; carry a translation book and learn a few everyday phrases. When entering a shop or meeting a stranger, greet the person using his or her honorary title, such as Monsieur, or Mademoiselle. At no time should you address a French person by their first name until invited to do so. When dining out, it is considered rude to have your hands below the table, such as in your lap. Elbows resting on the table are also frowned upon. Fruits, like apples and pears, are generally eaten with a fork, whereas small fruit, such as cherries and grapes, may be eaten with fingers.