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Camping in Normandy

Camping in Normandy

There are plenty of reasons why you should spend a holiday on a campsite in Normandy. It is a beautiful region with lots of variety. This part of north-western France has a wonderful coastline with stunning, long sandy beaches, spectacular cliffs and charming seaside resorts. The hinterland of Normandy is definitely worth exploring too. Spacious forests, orchards, picturesque villages and rivers are just a few of the things that you will discover here. Of course, the delicious cuisine makes your camping holiday in Normandy complete. With Vacansoleil you can find and book the best campsites in this beautiful region.

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Choose from 16 campsites in Normandy with Vacansoleil.

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Camping La Côte de Nacre

Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer - Normandy - France

Five star family campsite 500m from the Normandy coast. Visit the beautiful beach every day. Discover the water park, the historic towns and beautiful countryside.

Camping Les Vikings

Barneville-Carteret - Normandy - France

Beautiful fishermen's villages, enless sandy beaches, sheltered against northern winds. Small scaled campsite for families with younger children. 500 m from the beach.

Camping Port'Land

Port-en-Bessin-Huppain - Normandy - France

Lovely campsite with swimming pools, slides and even a pool for fishing. Visit the invasion beaches, one of which, Omaha Beach, is only at a 15 minute drive.

Camping Le Fanal

Isigny-sur-Mer - Normandy - France

Close to the village centre with its charismatic old coloured houses. You can swim in the new swimmingpool. The beach is 10 km away.

Camping Le Grand Large

Les Pieux - Normandy - France

Campsite set in a beautiful dune area and sheltered against sea winds. Children can play safely in this area as there are no cars and the wide sandy beach is within walking distance.

Enjoy a day on the coast of Normandy


If you are staying at a campsite in Normandy, you will always be close to the coast. The variety is impressive. Pearl white sandy beaches and dunes, imposing cliffs and other weird rock formations plus some pebble beaches make up the coastline of Normandy. Enjoy a refreshing walk here; clear your head, take a breathe of the healthy sea air and feel reborn. The D-Day beaches are definitely worth a visit too. The Battle of Normandy took place here on 6 June 1944. With the sea being so near your campsite in Normandy, all manner of watersports are on offer, including surfing, swimming, sailing and water skiing.

Sightseeing from your campsite in Normandy


A campsite in Normandy is not just an ideal base for a fantastic beach holiday in France. It is also the perfect starting point for all sorts of fun and exciting trips. The area has plenty of castles, monasteries, craft workshops and unique bridges. Visit Mont Saint Michel, a rocky peninsula that can only be reached on foot and where an impressive medieval abbey sits on high at the top of the rocks. The port of Honfleur is sure to be another highlight during your stay at a campsite in Normandy.

Culinary delicacies in Normandy


If you choose to holiday at a campsite in Normandy, you are at the right spot for eating and drinking. France is internationally renowned for its cuisine and this area is no exception to that rule. The region has a wide range of tasty delicacies that you really should try. Typical local produce in this region includes seafood, cheeses such as Camembert and apples. The local tipple of Calvados, cider and Normandy oysters are also worth sampling. Near your campsite in Normandy you will find numerous restaurants where you can taste all of these  for yourself.

A campsite in Normandy; ideal for both young and old


A campsite in Normandy is a holiday treat for both young and old. Whether you are on holiday in Normandy for a weekend as a couple or of for your main holiday with the family, it is an ideal place. For children there is also a plenty to do, see and experience. They will definitely appreciate a day at Cerza Safari Park, Jurques zoo or at the elf forest of La Foret des Elfes. There's also Le Village Enchante, an amusement park for children and Festyland, an theme park for the bigger kids, Both are highly recommended for a visit during your stay at a campsite in Normandy.

At a campsite in Normandy you can have a great time in a lovely, varied and welcoming region.