This is the ideal location for a family holiday on a luxurious campsite, with the majestic port of Honfleur, the colourful Normandy countryside and welcoming beaches, all on your doorstep. The wide range of accommodation on offer guarantee a fantastic holiday in the great outdoors.Discover
Nestled between Rouen and Honfleur, the Eure department has many surprises in store for you! Choose one of our Normandy campsites and follow in the footsteps of Claude Monet in Giverny, plan an…
From the banks of the Seine to the lakes of Giverny, a bucolic route in Normandy
It is no coincidence that Claude Monet never wanted to leave his house in the Eure... Inspired by the unique light and atmosphere of this small corner of Normandy, the painter and gardener settled permanently in Giverny in 1883. You too will fall for the charm of the Eure during your camping holiday in Normandy, between bucolic marshes, cities with art and history and cruises on the Seine. Admire the Old Mill of Vernon, a building perched on a bridge, take a quick trip to the Château of Bizy, before going to say hello to the frogs posing on the water lilies of the Giverny ponds... And what if you took advantage of your holiday at a campsite near Honfleur to travel up the Seine?
Camping holidays in the Eure: discover the cities of Normandy
Built on the banks of the Charentonne and Cosnier rivers, the small town of Bernay, classified as a town of art and history, is full of architectural gems. Take a trip back in time through the narrow streets with their medieval houses, admire the façade of the Maison Paquebot, an emblem of the art deco movement in the Eure, and discover the ultra-contemporary media library, housed in an old mill that has been completely renovated. The visit continues in the historic centre of Pont-Audemer, Louviers and Évreux... Have you decided on a campsite near the Loire Valley Châteaux? The treasures of the Eure are not far away, and are well worth a visit!
The Eure from a gastronomic angle... between local flavours and gourmet products
Normandy means... dairy products! And in this area too, the Eure is not to be outdone. With Pavé du Plessis to start, a tasty cheese closely related to Camembert, or Caugéen, a goat’s cheese produced near Évreux. The 'mirliton' of Pont-Audemer is considered to be the oldest speciality of the region: this tube-shaped cake filled with praline mousse already existed in the Middle Ages. To be tasted in Pont-Audemer, in the pastry shops and confectioners of the pretty little Norman town. Take the opportunity to discover the Pont-Audemer sausages, a speciality made from pork, apple and Pommeau (alcoholic drink). Yum!