Our Best Campsites In Normandy
Providing the perfect place to enjoy a holiday in the north of France, our top campsites in Normandy are set in the midst of nature. Savour the refreshing clean air, the sprawling green spaces, enchanting woodland and the sense of freedom that a camping holiday gives you.
Among our best destinations are Fanal, Aux Pommiers and Orée de Deauville, but you can expect to find extensive facilities, friendly staff, modern accommodation and lively entertainment on all of our sites. There’s always plenty to do on our campsites, and you’ll find that the local area is rich in fantastic things to do for the whole family.
So don’t delay, book today. Browse and book a stay in one of our top campsites in Normandy and you can look forward to a brilliant holiday in northern France.
Things to do when camping in Normandy
By taking a camping holiday in Normandy, you are opening yourself up to the possibility of discovering so much. The remnants of the historic D-Day Landing beaches and their respective memorials and museums offer an interesting insight into World War 2.
The Norman Conquests and the Battle Of Hasting are depicted on the Bayeux Tapestry. Visit the museum where the tapestry is kept and discover the fascinating history behind it.
A visit to the pretty city of Caen gives you the chance to see numerous interesting attractions including Caen Castle, the L'Abbaye-aux-Hommes, the Caen Memorial, and Parc Festyland theme park. The Musée des Beaux-Arts is an impressive art gallery located in the scenic grounds of Chateau Ducal that will delight art lovers.
As we head to the coast, the charming town of Honfleur is the quintessential Normandy fishing port, famed for its colourful buildings and cobbled streets. Be sure to head to the tidal island of the much-photographed Mont St Michel, one of France’s most famed attractions.
La Cite de la Mer museum in Cherbourg invites you to dive into adventure in this must-see maritime museum. Discover the world’s largest submarine that is open to public viewings as well as many other fascinating exhibitions.
The beautiful and blissful gardens of Claude Monet’s Gardens in Giverny are a worthwhile day trip. This lovely village is also home to the Museum of Impressionism, the Castle of La Roche-Guyon, Chateau de Bizy and the Musém de Mécanique Naturelle.
With so much to see and do, and a diverse natural landscape, Normandy is pitch perfect for a camping holiday with the whole family.