A very sad start to this holiday as Felix passed away a few days before our departure, he will be sadly missed especially on our camper van trips.
Took a day to travel down to Cambridge after stopping the night we got an early start for Dover and the ferry, we then travelled for a few hours to reach the village of Bellicourt, a commune in the department of Aisne in Picardy in northern France. We used the aire outside the tourist information center.
The area was the site of numerous intense combat actions and battles during World War 1 and an interesting area to see the St-Quentin canal, the canal at this time formed part of the Hindenburg Line, a German defensive position built during the winter of 1916–1917.
Off again, next stop Chalon-sur-Saone to pay homage to Nicéphore Niépce with a visit to the photography museum. Had enough time to visit the museum and a bit of a walk around exploring the area and do a few geocaches.
Then a dash all the way down to the South coast and Agay, a campsite that once set up we had half a dozen step to the beach and a couple more to the Mediterranean sea, below is a view of the site from across the bay.
Had a few walks around the area, one around the bay of Agay.
Two more in the hills above the town