Le Crotoy is a small town in the Somme department in the Hauts-de France region. On the banks of the Channel Sea. It is just two hours from the Belgian border, near Saint-Valery-sur-Somme and Noyelles-sur-Mer .
The old city is illustrated in the second half of the eleventh century when it became the starting point for several ships of William the Conqueror during his conquest of England. Le Crotoy became French or English during most of the Hundred Years War and in 1340 at the will of Edward III.
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