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Camping Chateau lez Eaux, St Pair sur Mer

From Eurocamp

5* Camping Chateau lez Eaux is a relatively small campsite with just 229 pitches. It opens in Late April until mid September.

Nearest Airport: Dinard (DNR) - 90km
Recommended Port: Cherbourg - 108km
Nearest Beach: Jullouville / Saint Pair - 4km
Direct Access to Lake:
Nearest Town: St Pair sur Mer - 3km

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At about 68 miles or 108 Kms away, Cherbourg is by far and away the best port for St Pair sur Mer, so if you drive down the main route of the Cherbourg peninsula, skirt around Granville then Château de Lez Eaux is nearby. You will find that it is a quiet and friendly parc set in the grounds of a primrose coloured manor house.

Camping Chateau lez Eaux fishing lakeThere are excellent facilities here, including a newly extended bar and a beautifully landscaped indoor water park, complete with slides. Don’t forget your fishing rod either, as you’re welcome to try your luck on the little lake, free of charge. If you’re visiting over July and August, you’ll enjoy a unique chance to visit the local market that is held on parc every Tuesday.

Camping Chateau lez Eaux facilities on and off site

Near a Beach - 4Km, Near a Town - St Pair 3Km, Waterslides, Cycle Hire, Near a Lake, Canoeing - 4 Km, Tennis, Covered Pools, Windsurfing - 4 Km, Football, Fishing, Table Tennis, Horse Riding - 4.5 Km, Dog Friendly, Surfing - 4 Km

Extras with Eurocamp

Duvet Hire
Eurocamp Couriers on site
Gas and Charcoal BBQs provided free of charge
Welcome pack

Bar at Camping Chateau lez EauxPlaces of interest near to Camping lez Eaux

Granville: 6km
Villedieu les Poêles: 27km
Coutances: 29km
Mont St Michel: 44km
St. Lo: 72km
St. Malo: 90km

Staying at Chateau lez Eaux means that you are ideally placed to visit Mont St Michel, which is apparently the most visited place in all France.

St Malo is also well worth a visit and parking there is not too difficult. Stroll around this fascinating walled city - on or off the walls, do some shopping, have a meal in one of the many restaurants there, or an ice cream from the largest ice cream stall I have ever seen!

Dinard is also well within travelling distance and is full of history, historic buildings and cobbled streets. If you are a history buff then Dinard is a Must!


Last update: 12.01.2018