Situated in an abundantly green patch of the Calvados department in northern France, 4* Campsite Le Fanal is the perfect getaway for families looking for a base to explore the beautiful region of Normandy. The small-scale resort is located within walking distance of the coastal town of Isigny-sur-Mer and the river L'Aure, and features a wealth of recreational facilities, excellent services and a great choice of accommodation.
Set in a grassy and hedged section of the campsite, the swimming complex has a pair of heated pools, one indoor and one outdoor, as well as water slides and plenty of space for sun bathing.
With plenty of recreational activities, entertainment and leisurely pursuits, there’s so much to do for holidaymakers on a stay at Le Fanal. Sports fans can challenge friends, family and fellow campers to a few sets of tennis or volleyball, football matches and games of petanque. Along with the swimming pool and playground, kids will love the Children’s Club that arrange fun day time activities including face painting, treasure hunts, DIY workshops and shows.
In terms of facilities and services, the campsite has a restaurant that serves up traditional cuisine and varied dishes, along with takeout options such as pizzas, burgers and salads. Holidaymakers can reserve freshly baked goods so can look forward to breaking their fast with delicious croissants, pain au chocolat and baguettes.
The pitches and emplacements of this 8-hectare site are nestled in green settings noted for their peace, privacy and calming nature. Our range of accommodation options include modern mobile homes featuring spacious living areas, convenient amenities and sun terraces.
The famous Normandy Landing beaches are only seven miles away from the campsite. There are memorials all along the coastline and history buffs can visit the many museums to learn more about the events of 1944.
Mont Saint-Michel is one of France’s most iconic attractions: this stunning medieval walled commune, crowned by its gothic abbey, is built on a small granite outcrop standing all by itself in the flats of the estuary of the River Couesnon. Walk along the ramparts to immerse yourself in the history of its walls.
Bayeux has a fantastic historic centre as well as its world-famous, UNESCO-listed tapestry depicting the Norman conquest of England in 1066.
From 07/04/2023 To 03/09/2023