Visit Normandy and Brittany during your stay at Camping aux Pommiers
Camping aux Pommiers is located on the border between Normandy and Brittany. You’ll have the opportunity to discover the very best coastlines in the Manche. Unmissable sites and attractions are presented in this section. We will be happy to provide you with practical and recreational information at the campsite’s reception area to help you make the most of your stay.
Discover our treasures …
Those who love authentic villages should travel to the heart of Normandy and Brittany to visit our picturesque towns. Venture off the beaten path and explore the old stonework in tranquillity, far from the bustle of major tourist attractions.
Explore the immediate vicinity of your campsite. Don’t waste time looking for the best places to visit. Let yourself be guided by our selection of sporting activities—from the daring to the family-oriented.
Places to see and things to do within a one-hour radius of the campsite: In just one hour, you can explore Brittany and the southern part of the Manche: visit Rennes, Saint-Malo, Dinan, Dinard, or Granville; or check out remarkable natural sites along the coastline.
If you’d like to venture a bit further, plan a half-day excursion and enjoy a unique experience. Why not cross the bay accompanied by a guide or travel to the Chausey Islands (an archipelago of 365 islands at low tide)?
If you’re planning a day-long excursion, we recommend the Cotentin Peninsula tower, the cliffs of La Hague and Val de Saire, or the June 1944 D-Day sites: Omaha Beach, Arromanches, Colleville, etc.
Between Normandy and Brittany
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. Depending on how much time you have, we’ll recommend the best places to visit in the departments of the Manche, Côtes-d’Armor, and Ille-et-Vilaine. Don’t miss the treasures of Brittany and Normandy: visit unusual places and hike along the coast.
Don’t let Mont Saint-Michel overshadow our land’s other treasures and places of remembrance, such as the Bayeux Tapestry, the Channel Islands, medieval towns, and the D-Day landing sites.