Campsites in Normandy
Campsites in Normandy are ideally situated for visiting all the region has to offer. At Go Camp France, having been camping in Normandy as a family, we know how important it is to keep everyone busy. Normandy didn’t disappoint!
We especially loved visiting the WWII landing beaches, Normandy battlefields and the ancient town of Bayeux. It brought to life all of the history our children had learnt at school.
Chateau Lez Eaux | St Pair sur Mer
Chateau Lez Eaux is a small yet beautiful campsite set in the grounds of an 18th century chateau.
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Chateau Le Brevedent | Pont L'Eveque
Chateau Le Brevedent is a lovely small, family run campsite which provides a great setting for a family holiday in Northern France.
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La Vallee | Houlgate
La Vallee is a peaceful, pretty campsite which lies amongst some of the wonderful Normandy countryside.
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La Cote de Nacre | St Aubin sur Mer
Within easy reach of the Channel ports, this modern family-run parc is situated close to miles of sandy beaches.
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Explore Normandy on a camping holiday
Normandy is a region with a landscape that has much to offer, from its approximately 400 miles of coastline to its inland hills, gorges, forests and valleys.
The region can be one of the gateways to Europe with its various ports, or you can stay a while and see some of the inspiring sights. From Le Mont St Michel, a world heritage site, tourist attraction and place of international pilgrimage to the place where the Norman conquest began and the legendary Bayeux tapestry is located, you will not be disappointed.
Normandy is steeped in history from the Neolithic era to modern day.
It is a pilgrimage site for those celebrating the lives and commiserating the deaths of loved ones and relatives lost during the Second World War. The beach landings along the coast which include Juno, Sword, Gold, Utah and Omaha, together with the various memorials, cemeteries and museums go some way to tell the story of the D-Day landing and the spoils of war.
It is believed that approximately 400 towns and villages were obliterated and thousand of civilians killed during the German advance in 1940, and the subsequent Allied invasion in 1944. Many people make the journey to the areas to show respect and thanks to those that gave their lives for our freedom, whilst others go to find out about their heritage.
Whatever your reason for camping in Normandy, whether it be purely as a holiday destination or whether you are on a pilgrimage of historical adventure we know you will enjoy your stay.
Normandy has much to offer all and has been the start of another journey for many due to its emotional, thought provoking and awe inspiring history.