Must-sees

Book your holiday accommodation in family in our 5 stars campsite with indoor swimming pool and discover our beautiful region, the Normandy. From the Saint-Michael’s Mount to the Channel Islands, the embroidery of Bayeux and the landing beaches of the D-Day; the Normandy is full of historical touristic sites. Visit Caen to enjoy the peace memorial and its castle. Follow the Cotentin coast to go to the Cité de la Mer. This is the promise of wonderful time in family.

The Mont Saint-Michel and its bay, on the UNESCO list of world heritage

One of the most iconic Normandy monuments, explore this masterpiece from the middle-ages and climb the many steps that will take you to the Mont-Saint-Michel’s Abbey where breath-taking views await you.

Experience a timeless moment by taking one of the many guided tours to discover this majestic tourist site in Normandy.

The Mont-Saint-Michel has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. Each year, thousands of tourists head to the Mount during their holidays in Normandy.

Granville Seaside resort

Enjoy your stay to visit the sea-side resort of Granville, just few kilometres from the Château de Lez-Eaux campsite. Known as the “Monaco du nord” because of the rock looks like Monaco.

Discover historical quarter of Granville, its harbour, beaches with the highest tides in Europe, its casino and museums. A wonderful day nearby the sea. Land from Granville to Jersey Island or Chausey Island.

Granville

Jersey island

During your stay in Normandy, we advise you to take a boat from the Granville’s harbour to go to Jersey Island after 1 hour trip, The largest one of the Channel Island.

Lose yourself where nature is preserved. A beautiful contrast between English coast and countryside which make this place a unique one in the world.

An incredible trip with many different landscape.

The archipelago of Chausey

At 17 kilometres from the Normandy’s coast and especially from the sea side resort of Granville, the archipelago of Chaussey is the largest in Europe.

Discover the beauty of nature, preserved by the Natura 2000 which is a network of nature protection areas in Europe.

When it’s high tides, you can only see 52 islets, but when it’s low tide, you have about 365 islets spawned by the sea where you can enjoy fine white sand.

Les Castels