Services at the Urvillers rest area
The Urvillers service area is accessible in both directions and welcomes you to a recently renovated building and outdoor spaces.
Here the break is combined at all times and for all, around services and equipment designed for your well-being and your pleasure.
The interior spaces are organized into 4 dedicated areas:
- At the restaurant: self-service and takeaway. What if your order was waiting for you when you arrived? Discover the online booking service, all you have to do is put your feet under the table or leave with your order
- Shopping: traditional boutique, bookstore, fashion, toys, regional products,
- Relaxation: lounge with drinks dispensers, free access tablets and charging sockets,
- In the sanitary facilities: toilets, showers for drivers and nursery for toddlers.
Before leaving, remember to take a look at the interactive totem to find out about the state of traffic on our motorways, access our latest news, discover our offers or take part in our contests.
Back outside, while charging your electric vehicle or before refueling at the 24-hour gas station, let your children romp at the playground.
And if you also take the time to relax? A fitness area is available to relieve the tension of driving and get your body moving again before starting the engine again!
The vehicle is ready to restart, body and mind are rested.
Back on the A26 motorway, your route resumes a few kilometers from Saint-Quentin and very close to the town of Urvillers, which gave its name to the rest area. If you are heading north, do not hesitate to take exit 11 at kilometer 175 to discover Saint-Quentin, its beautiful art-deco facades, its basilica, its magnificent Town Hall and its butterfly museum!
Do you prefer to continue your journey to the next service area?
In the direction of Calais, go to the Rumaucourt service area at km 122 near Arras and the junction with the A1 motorway. Heading south, towards Reims, you can stop off at the Mont de Nizy rest area, about 20 kilometers north of the city of coronations.
The teams that welcome you to our service areas are vigilant about the cleanliness of the facilities, especially the toilets. Help them keep these places of passage pleasant by respecting their work and throwing your waste in the garbage cans. Also think about recycling: at least one sorting container is available in each area.