French Beach Fun

We are currently on holiday in a place where were stayed last year, not too far from a gorgeous inland beach. I blogged about it then but it is so good I am going to blog about the fun we had again today.

Axo Plage is an inland beach about a two hour drive from Calais, sat in an unspoilt and gorgeous region of France called L'Aisne.


Lots of time to sit and play in the sand, mostly clean as no dogs are allowed on the beach and it is raked every morning, the only thing you really miss is the shells.


There is a lot to explore around the Axo Plage, some great slides and climbing frames, lots of trim trails to exercise on too.


Running about in the maze and trying to pull ourselves up on the pull up bars, plenty to see and do and lots of wildlife too.


Looking at the pretty wildflowers, so many pretty colours. Being here has certainly got us a lot more active, we've walked to the beach and back and the children have had so much space and freedom.


We've had a fab time here, loving the food and brushing up on our French, linking up to Country Kids on Coombe Mill Blog and Active Family on The Oliver's Madhouse.

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall photo ActiveFamily150x150_zps28e829a4.jpg

6 comments:

  1. Looks lots of fun. Plenty of things to do, even without sea shells. Hope you enjoy your holiday. #CountryKids

    ReplyDelete
  2. What wonderful fun equipment in the park! The beach looks very tranquil and idyllic. Thanks for linking up and sharing your holiday fun with Country Kids.

    ReplyDelete
  3. wow Ellie this looks like super duper fun! i love that park and who can resist digging .. especially in sand!

    thanks for linking up with #ActiveFamily x

    ReplyDelete
  4. Looks like there is loads to do, that slide looks amazing! #countrykids

    ReplyDelete
  5. WOW that is amazing - looks like a lot of fun. Great photos :) x

    ReplyDelete
  6. I wish we have something like this here! A place where kids and adults can exercise while having fun =) #countrykids

    ReplyDelete

I love reading your comments, thank you