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Camping & mobile home holidays in Normandy

Campsite we feature in Normandy

The 5*Camping Domaine de Litteau in Calvados, lower Normandy makes a wonderful family holiday venue with Siblu Holidays

The 5* Camping la Vallee at Houlgate occupies a converted Norman building and is not far from some really nice sandy beaches. The site has 2 pool complexes with fantastic water slides. This campsite is close to Ouistreham, the port for Caen.

A 5* campsite, Chateau lez Eauz is a peaceful & well maintained campsite set in 12 acres of greenery in the bay of Mont-St-Michel. Lost of facilities here + aquatic park, heated outdoor pool.

A 4* campsite, Chateau le Brevedent is set in orchards and woodland which surround the lake. This site has a split level water park and lots of facilities. The chateau is very close to the small town of Pont l'Eveque.

The 4* Camping le Fanal is just 7 miles from the Normandy beaches and makes a perfect base for families to explore the region and the Bayeux Tapestry is within easy reach.

The 3* Camping Orée de Deauville is close to Caen, Bayeux, Deauville, Le Havre and is perfectly placed for exploring northern Normandy.

Near Cherbourg is the lovely little 3* campsite called Camping du Golf which is near the beach, has a heated outdoor pool (covered), water slides and loads of facilities.

Near to the little town of St Aubin sur Mer, the 5* Cote de Nacre, Normandy campsite is just 500 metres from D Day landing beaches. Superb pool complex, Lazy River & Spa, Skating Rink too.

The 4* Camping Aiguille Creuse is another campsite which is perfectly located for exploring the locality of Northern Normandy.

Towns associated with our featured campsites

St Aubin sur Mer, a small town on the coast of Normandy is actually located at the eastern end of the famous Juno Beach very close to the Cote de Nacre campsite and is well worth a visit.

The small town of St Pair sur Mer is very near to Granville on the Cherbourg peninsular and, indeed, is rather handy for the Ferry port of Cherbourg.

Located close to Ouistreham, the port for Caen, Houlgate makes an excellent stop off point for either end of your journey and in Houlgate is the excellent campsite called Camping la Vallee.

A little town in Lower Normandy called Pont l'Eveque just 12 kms from the coast is well worth a visit even if it is just to see the timbered houses which give this town an older appearance.

Normandy is a wonderful part of northern France for your camping holidays, and also for exploring this exciting part of France without having to travel too far from home.

Camping in Normandy has been popular for a great many years from when mobile homes were first introduced way back in the mists of time. These days you have a choice of sleeping under canvas in modern, pristine clean campsites near to equally clean toilet and shower blocks, or booking a modern and very comfortable mobile home for your holidays.

Honfleur, NormandyThere are so many things to do and see in Normandy, so much history to explore including the Bayeaux Tapestry which is kept in the town of Bayeaux, the D-Day landing beaches, taking time out to go on the brandy route in Calvados, and many old and restored towns and villages.

Normandy has a very long coastline starting slightly to the northeast of Dieppe and sweeping down past le Havre, Caen and around the Cherbourg peninsular to join with Brittany near to le Mont St Michel, the most visited place in the whole of France.

Getting to your camping destination in Normandy is so easy even I could do it! For a start you are not far off Calais or the Eurotunnel, and you have 4 major ferry ports in this region as well in Dieppe, le Havre, Cherbourg and Caen. Transport for camping has never been so good!

Last update: 29.12.2017