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Tourism in Normandy2018-09-17T18:13:46+02:00

Tourism near Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy

In Normandy, lively holidays are our speciality. Enjoy some well-deserved rest and relaxation while discovering our region’s rich cultural and historical heritage. Peruse this guide to find out everything you need to know about excursions, sightseeing, shows, activities, events, etc.

A practical guide to help you plan your holiday

Select your favourite activities on the map: excursions, hikes, restaurants, events, etc. You’ll find more than 200 leisure destinations on the map, with a detailed planning sheet to help you better organise your local outings around the campsite.

Discover major events and festivals in the Mont Saint-Michel Bay Area. Locate schedules for events organised throughout the entire region. Enter your holiday dates, plan your itinerary, etc.

Come rain or shine, your entire family will enjoy our diverse range of leisure activities. Whether you’re interested in sports, culture, or fine food, you’ll find the best suggestions and tips to liven up your holiday when you’re away from the campsite.

Discover nearby places of interest (categorised by distance from the campsite to help you better plan and organise your holiday activities). Excursions include visits to natural sites, picturesque towns, and other tourist attractions in the region.

Discover Normandy

Thanks to its rich history, Normandy is one of the best-known regions in the world. The fate of the world was determined on the beaches of Normandy on the morning of 6 June 1944. The sites of the Allied invasion are permanent places of remembrance. Normandy’s other great treasure is Mont Saint-Michel: this “Wonder of the Western World” was built on a rocky island thirteen centuries ago.

Mont Saint-Michel is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Bayeux Tapestry depicts the Norman conquest of England by William the Conqueror in 1066. The towers located in Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue and Tatihou Island pay tribute to the architectural genius of Vauban.