Between Dieppe and the Baie de Somme, the beautiful Bresle Valley is a landscape of steep wooded hills, a patchwork of lakes, and the clean River Bresle that teems with salmon and sea trout. Les Marguerites can be found just outside the town of Gamaches and close to a watersports centre. It has 80 level touring pitches (100 sq.m), around half with 6A electricity. This is a peaceful site where the emphasis is on the countryside and the adjacent lake, but there is a snack bar on site and some sports tournaments and evening events in high season. The small town of Gamaches, with a supermarket and a small selection of shops, is just a couple of minutes away by car.
The Bresle Valley has a long history of glass making; there are several museum depicting glass and bottle making, and demonstrations of glass blowing. A little further afield are Eu (12 km), best known for its 16th-century château, and Mers-les-Bains (15 km) with its beautiful Belle Epoque villas. This period is celebrated in July at the Fête des Baigneurs.