Camping Isigny sur mer

Located in Normandy, within the Calvados department on the border with Manche, Isigny-sur-Mer places you in a brilliant setting for a richly deserved open-air escape in the north of France. With a vibrant and varied natural heritage along with cultural and historical points, the town is ideal for a delightful and diverse camping holiday with all the family.

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Camping holidays in Isigny-sur-Mer

Browse and book from our selection of destinations and look forward to a wonderful camping holiday in Isigny-sur-Mer, where you can relive the battle of Hasting, stroll along beautiful beaches of the Côte de Nacre, learn about World War 2 and generally unwind in some beautiful natural spaces. Secure your accommodation of choice at one of our brilliant campsites and you’ll find that the town offers you a great base to explore all the riches of Calvados.

Camping Holidays in Isigny sur mer

A 4* destination with a family-friendly atmosphere and plenty of convenient amenities, our best campsite in Isigny-sur-Mer is Le Fanal. Set within an enviable setting with an abundance of greenery, the campsite welcomes guests to enjoy the simplicity and serenity of a camping holiday in the north of France.

One of the most popular aspects of the campsite, for children and adults alike, is the swimming complex that features a pair of heated pools (one indoor and one outdoor), a generous sun terrace and water slides. Active campers can enjoy a selection of sports including boules, football and ping-pong, and for children, the dedicated Kid’s Club hosts creative workshops, games and lots more fun activities.

It’s easy to work up an appetite onsite, so when hunger strikes you can make your way to the restaurant where you will find a varied menu offering local, regional and national dishes, along with good options for your little fussy eaters. Alternatively, if you prefer to dine in your accommodation, you can make use of the useful takeaway service.

Blessed with spacious living areas, comfortable beds and a range of useful amenities, our accommodation options at Le Fanal include modern mobile homes that sleep up to 6 people. Set within peaceful and private emplacements, our accommodation gives you a camping holiday experience with all the comforts of home.

What are the best things to do while camping in Isigny-sur-Mer?

The highlight of a camping holiday in Isigny-sur-Mer will be the chance to explore the wider department of Calvados, and indeed Normandy. You will be well placed to enjoy a variety of excellent tourist attractions and natural sights.

The town lies within a significant location in relation to events of the second world war, so history buffs will find no shortage of WW2 themed attractions close by. Along with the remarkable D-Day Landing beaches of Omaha and Utah, other memorials and museums dedicated to WW2 worth visiting include the Normandy American Cemetery, the Overlord Museum, the D-Day Experience Museum and the Normandy Victory Museum.

It's easy to enjoy a day by the sea when holidaying in Isigny-sur-Mer, as the town is located fairly close to a number of lovely beaches and coastal resorts. For the perfect family beach trip, head to the golden sands found at Plage de Colleville sur Mer or Plage de Grandcamp-Maisy.

In the Cotentin And Bessin Marshes Regional Natural Park, lovers of nature and wildlife will feel right at home. Best explored on two feet or two wheels, the park of sprawling wetland is a great detour for scenic walking and cycling trips, and the chance to spot a variety of wildlife.

For yet more historical attractions and the chance to soak up the culture of the region, we recommend enjoying a day trip to the nearby town of Bayeaux, where visitors can discover the famous Bayeux Tapestry as well as the town’s striking cathedral.

In the port city of Caen, which acts as the capital of Calvados, visitors can enjoy nice shopping and dining experiences, as well as first-rate sightseeing spots such as the include L'Abbaye-aux-Hommes, the Caen Memorial, Caen Castle, the Abbey of Sainte-Trinité, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Colline aux Oiseaux landscaped flower park.