Normandy is a place between land and sea, generous, green and protected, with forever changing, captivating landscapes. Immerse yourself in its distant and recent history, discover an exceptional heritage and taste the local delicacies.
Discover a selection of sites
So much to choose from: must-see sites such as the D-Day Landing beaches and the Mont Saint Michel, or leisure activities to enjoy with family and friends during your stay in our Calvados campsite.
The Bayeux tourist information centre offers a very complete documentation as well as guided tours on foot, on a mini train and on horse carriage in the summer.
The Tourist Information Centre of Isigny-Omaha has a branch in the forest of Cerisy. Activities such as hikes (with or without guide) and children workshops are organised throughout the year.
The city of Caen also offers a wide range of activities, notably around its history.
As for St lô, located 30 km from the campsite in the department of la Manche, horses are the stars of the show, with the Haras de Saint Lô stud farms.
Each year, many festivities take place for the D-Day Landing celebration, especially the D-day festival Normandy from May 26th to June 10th.
All summer, events are organized around and in Bayeux to promote tourism in Normandy: the Medieval festival takes place the first weekend of July (5th to the 8th), the freedom tree during the cathedral’s free sound and light show 3 nights a week, (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from the 17th of July to the 1st of September.
The Escapade campsite is at the heart of this territory.
The Ecuries d’orage set camp 3 km from the campsite and offer classes, rides, ponies and horses training, all the pleasures of riding in Normandy