Camping and mobile home holidays in Normandy are hugely popular, thanks, in part to its ease of access from UK ports & daily sailings into Cherbourg, Caen and Dieppe
The region has much to offer visitors including the the pretty town of Honfleur and the stunning tapestry at Bayeux. There's an abundance of history around and a visit to the famous landing beaches during your stay is recommended.
Mont St Michel
Located on the regional border with Brittany and dating back to the 8th Century, this fabulous Benedictine Abbey blends Gothic and Romanesque architecture and enjoys a simply stunning location on a rocky mount that seems to rise straight up out of the sands.
The Bayeux Tapestry
As the name suggests, this immense tapestry is located in the town of Bayeux. Ordered by the brother of William the Conqueror, it tells the tale of the Norman conquest of England in astonishing detail.
One of five landing beaches used by Allied troops on 6th June 1944, Omaha saw US troops incur heavy losses on D-Day. Today however, it tells the story of that fateful day, as well as paying tribute to the fallen.
If you're seeking sophistication, you're more than likely to find it in Deauville. This chic seaside resort is home to a host of glamorous events including the American Film Festival, not to mention the historic Sea Bathing Establishment and glittering Casino.