Holidays in motorhome
ideal to discover Norman treasures, from Mont Saint-Michel to D-Day landing beaches
Near Ravenoville, the Cotentin farm-museum takes you back to the daily living of a grassy farm in the beginning of the XIVth century where you can taste good regional products. Visit the villages classified among the most beautiful of France such as Barfleur or Beuvron en Auge (creative craftsmen’s village). The Pays d’Auge is well-known for its traditional character, with its numerous typical half-timbered houses of Normandy. Embark for a guided tour aboard the Barbey d’Aurevilly II to discover the magnificent landscapes of Norman bocage during this river stroll at the heart of the Parc des Marais of Carentan.
If you come from Cabourg or Honfleur, follow the cost up to the historic sector of the landing. You will find on your road numerous museums and places of remembrance of the events of the 6th of June, 1944. Visit for example the museum of the Atlantic Wall in Ouistreham, then go to Port en Bessin in the sector of Omaha Beach to discover the Overlord Museum in Colleville-sur-mer. You can also honor Canadians soldiers in Juno Centre in Courseulles sur Mer and admire the remains of the artificial port of Arromanches les Bains. Going up the East coast of La Manche, once you are in Isigny, you entered the Cotentin peninsula. The campsite Le Cormoran is situated on the American landing sector of Utah Beach where Sainte Mère Eglise and Carentan had an important role during the Airborne operations.
For other ideas of outings, we are at your disposal at the reception to help you finding your next destination. You can also consult our “Tourism” page.