... is the literal translation of the caravan site name! Says it all - lower part of site surrounds an attractive large pond/small lake and attracts mostly fishing folk. And us - non-fisherfolk. Main reception building and washrooms are close to the site entrance, which means it's a long way if your pitch is around the more picturesque lower end of the site. Next time, we'll pitch our caravan in the main, upper part of the site I think. Washroom facilities were excellent, v clean and shower cubicles positively spacious. Site was quite full for low season (2nd week Sept) I thought, so it seems a popular place. Outside cafeteria cabin had closed by now though; no children's area so more geared to adults (or v young families), and fisherfolk. Handy mini market in the village (Seraucourt-le-Grand) and you can buy fresh bread/croissants from a van which calls at 8am daily. Don't get that in UK! Good location for exploring Somme battlefields etc. Would recommend WW1 museum at Peronne, about 15km NW of the campsite. Campsite is in a quiet, rural part of Picardy. Nearest town is St Quentin (supermarkets etc). Would happily return.