Situated in the dunes, just next to gently sloping fine sandy beach, facing the Channel Islands. Campsite with a calm and family-friendly atmosphere.
Direct access to the beach. Heated swimming and paddling pools from 23 April, bar, chip shop, grocery shop, bread, volleyball, petanque, entertainment room, T.V.
Games in the dunes, gently sloping
beach, paddling pool, entertainment
room with ping-pong, table football,
Quality Campsite Certificate.
TV and games room
The Cotentin…A wild, mysterious place at the end of the world. Discover its creeks, headlands, plains, dunes and fine sandy beaches.
Cherbourg: the sea city: biggest
European cylindrical aquarium, visit
the submarine Le Redoutable.
Liberation museum. Cherbourg harbour, the world's biggest artificial harbour.
Flottemanville Hague: Ludiver: observatory, planetarium.
Gréville Hague: JF Millet's house.
Gatteville's lighthouse: France's
second biggest lighthouse.
Parks and castles:
Urville Nacqueville, Martinvast,
The Mont Saint Michel: appears on
UNESCO’s World Heritage List.
The Channel Islands.
Valognes: Normandy's little Versailles, the Beaumont Hotel, the Cider Museum, the Calvados Museum.
The beaches where the Normandy
landings took place.
Jobourg's nose, Biville dunes, visits to the 5 seasons farmhouse, the Théo Capelle cider factory, the Vauville botanic garden.
A rendezvous with the sea and the land in regions rich in history and tradition. From Mont-St-Michel to the cliffs of the Pas de Calais through the Baie de Somme, there is an amazing variety of coastlines. Here the waves roar as they carve out the cliffs, sometimes plunging inland, or lapping gently on vast beaches. Visit also further inland, countryside for all your holiday activities, brisk and tonic, calm and relaxed, cultural or gastronomic.
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