Camping in Normandy - pools, rocky coast and sandy beach, history and lifestyle
Discover family-friendly campsites with great swimming pools, popular beaches and lots of sports and leisure activities. Stroll through Deauville and the old harbour town of Honfleur. Discover culinary specialities of Normandy and the home of painters who changed the art world. Explore the D-Day museums, Omaha Beach and other beaches where Allied forces landed in 1944 to liberate Western Europe.
Between the English Channel, the Seine estuary and Saint-Malo, you'll find plenty of campsites in Normandy
Thanks to the Gulf Stream, the climate is usually mild and warm from May to September, producing a lush and flowering flora. Because of the proximity to the sea, the weather changes frequently. When a rainbow stretches across the sky under the Norman sun, many campsites can react quickly: Then some swimming pools become a comfortable indoor pool by means of a variable roof. Many swimming pools on campsites in Normandy are also heated..
Fun and games at campsites with pools in Normandy
Water slides that transport the kids happily down into the pool are to be found in many holiday parks in Normandy. For many years, French, English, Dutch, Belgian and German families have enjoyed summer holidays in Normandy.
A wide range of leisure activities for young and old
Water sports, ball sports, hiking, cycling and simply enjoying yourself all play a major role in addition to bathing fun. Another advantage is the proximity to western Germany: from North Rhine-Westphalia you can reach Normandy in six to eight hours by car.
Excursions in Normandy - for the whole family
The fashionable seaside resort of Deauville impresses with its Belle Époque facades and sandy beach. If you are travelling with children in Normandy, we recommend an excursion to Cherbourg: the sea aquarium and maritime museum will amaze young and old Normandy holidaymakers. In Giverny, discover Claude Monet's house, the museum and the lush garden. The Impressionist immortalised the water lily pond in his paintings. Marvel at Mont Saint-Michel, the monastery island rising almost a hundred metres from the tidal flats. You can reach it via a causeway or on a guided mudflat hike.
Seafood, Calvados, Camembert and Pont L'Évêque - Normandy's culinary delights
What would a family holiday in Normandy and France be without good food? Apples play a big role in Normandy. A tarte aux pommes tastes good for the whole family. The grown-ups enjoy a Calvados. Almost all campsites in Normandy have a cosy restaurant, bistro or shop where you can also get local delicacies. Flowers, broom, rhododendrons and the grass in the pastures thrive in the mildly warm climate - the cows are happy about it. No wonder Normandy is the origin of Camembert, Pont L'Évêque and other cheese classics. Visit the towns, farm shops and cheese dairies of the same name.
Have you whetted your appetite for a holiday in Normandy? Book now!
Here at CampGo you will find a large selection of campsites with 4 or 5 stars in Normandy. Directly by the sea or in the hinterland, mega water slide and indoor swimming pool or pony rides and football pitch - choose the campsite that suits you best. At campsites in Normandy, you're sure to find the luxury mobile home that suits you and your family. "Bon appétit and bonnes vacances, have a great holiday in Normandy!