With a scenic setting close to the Orne Canal in the charming port town of Ouistreham, 4-star Campsite Riva Bella is a fantastic destination for family holidays in the north of France. With a brilliant selection of facilities including a pool, the site is a great base from which to explore the Calvados department of Normandy, as well as the blissful shores of the Côte Fleurie.
Located towards the entrance of the campsite, which extends across 6 hectares, the swimming pool complex of Riva Bella comprises of a spacious main pool that is both covered and heated. While the pool onsite ensures that holidaymakers can enjoy swimming if it rains, the best place to go swimming when the sun shines is at the nearby beach of Ouistreham.
The campsite is a great holiday destination for children, as it features a nice outdoor playground. One of the best activities to enjoy as a family is to hire bicycles from reception before embarking on a picturesque cycling trip along the canal. In the evening, guests can gather around for tales by the campfire while enjoying freshly toasted marshmallows!
Serving tapas style dishes, the onsite restaurant is a great place to enjoy meals with the family while recanting the day’s activities. Savour delicious food and service with a smile, as well as refreshing drinks. Riva Bella has several other useful services and amenities for the comfort and convenience of its guests including a grocery store, bread stand, library, board game rental facility and BBQ hire.
The emplacements of the campsite are set in spacious tree lined avenues, which feature plenty of grassy areas and an abundance of greenery. Holidaymakers can enjoy a private and peaceful stay from the comfort of our modern mobile homes that feature a good range of useful amenities.
Riva Bella lies at the southern edges of Ouistreham, a quaint port town that has much to see and do. Along with a nice beach, the coastal area of the town is a great place to try a variety of water sports such as sailing, sea kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and surfing. The town itself has a good selection of shops, restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as a daily fish market.
The location of the campsite is close to an abundance of historical sites relating to World War 2, including the D-Day crossing point of Pegasus Bridge, and of course, the D-Day Landing Beaches. Travelling south from the campsite, and holidaymakers will arrive at Caen, the capital of Calvados. Along with Mémorial de Caen, the best sightseeing opportunities in the city include L'Abbaye-aux-Hommes, the Museum of Normany, Caen Castle and Caen Botanical Gardens.
From 08/07/2023 To 05/11/2023
Deutsch, French, English
Dogs and cats allowed