Cliffs, sandy beaches, breathtaking nature, impressive landscapes, dairy cows and camembert. Welcome to Normandy, a region with a natural and historical heritage that is unique in France, and a Mecca for seaside and open-air holidays in general.
First off, we have to mention the majestic Mont-Saint-Michel. It is, after all, the most famous monument in France. You'll find this incredible village perched on its little island in a bay of the same name, and it's an ideal spot to base yourself at a campsite.
And it's the coast that really defines Normandy, as the region has 120 km of cliffs and magnificent beaches, dotted with seaside resorts - Deauville, the poshest, Cabourg with the longest beach, Etretat whose remarkable geography mirrors the white cliffs visible across the channel, Grandville on the bay of Mont-Saint -Michel, Le Tréport, at the foot of the highest chalk cliff in Europe.
The virois bocage in Vire is a dream destination for fishers and hikers, the meandering banks of the Seine offer lovely strolls, Cotentin has moors, marshes, meadows, and hills, "Norman Switzerland" is green, hilly and hollowed out by deep valleys.
Magnificent coastal scenery, pretty countryside conducive to hiking and, of course, cuisine to die for: Normandy and its campsites will be food for your soul. Book your campsite in Normandy below.