Come to Normandy for a relaxing camping holiday, far from the stress of daily life. Choose a luxury rental or something more traditional, and spend your holiday doing the things that make you happy: would you prefer playing on the slides at the swimming pool or a family day out to discover the Mont Saint-Michel?Discover
Unspoilt coastlines, towns with a warm atmosphere, unmissable monuments... It's definitely hard to resist the unique charm of the English Channel!
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Camping holidays in La Manche: the pleasures of the sea within reach
Resolutely maritime, the department of La Manche is bordered by over 350 kilometres of coastline.
From the Bay of Veys to Mont-Saint-Michel, the beaches are one after the other, but they are not the same: cliffs with steep slopes, windswept dunes, pebbles or fine sand... The varied and powerful landscapes will delight all those who love sea air.
Here, there is no doubt that life is oriented towards the sea!
And you only need a few days at your campsite in Normandy to realise this.
Camping in Normandy: the many attractions of La Manche
However, there is no question of forgetting the attractions of the countryside or of missing out on the pleasures of the Normandy towns.
Start with the family-friendly towns of La Manche and discover them on your camping holiday in Granville or a campsite in Cherbourg, from where you can explore and plan some town excursions to Coutances, Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue and Avranches.
If you want to get away from the coastal paths, the Vire valley and the Cotentin region have some great nature walks in store for you.
More of a history buff?
Book a campsite close to the D-Day landing beaches, to offer yourself a few moments of meditation rich in emotions.
Mont-Saint-Michel, a must-see for your holiday in La Manche
It is difficult to talk about La Manche department without mentioning its most famous treasure: Mont-Saint-Michel, a world-famous rocky island, nicknamed the wonder of the west.
Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the most visited sites in France.
And what better way to make the most of it and be able to plan walks in the bay than to opt for a campsite near Mont-Saint-Michel?