- In the heart of the Normandy countryside
- Between Caen and Mont Saint-Michel
- On the edge of the Torigni pond
Camping Le Lac des Charmilles
Book your stay directly on our website
in one look
By booking in a camping theme Welcome, you choose an establishment providing you with a quality charter to provide you with specific services.
Fishing in the pond of Torigny
In the direct vicinity of Camping Charmilles Lake, your holidays will be dedicated to fishing. On 9 hectares, the pond of Torigny is open all year round. It is accessible free of charge to all holders of a fishing license. Go to the tourist office to get a day or week card.
This second category pond is full of fish. You will find bleak, common bream, pike, carp, roach, gudgeon, perch, rudd, tench and rainbow trout.
Here, everything is done to make your fishing holiday a success. Playgrounds and picnic areas, sanitary facilities and catering are indeed available.
Fishing on the Vire
For lovers of river fishing, the Vire is very close. Several fishing reserves await you there. The Mancellière and Fervanches mill dams, or the Pont-Farcy micro-power station dam, are spots recommended by the Channel Fishing Federation.
For people with reduced mobility, two PMR pontoons await you at La Chapelle-sur-Vire.
And for those practicing no-kill, there is a route between the downstream of the tailrace of the old lock at La Mancellière-sur-Vire, and the lock keeper's house.
Ideally located between Mont-Saint-Michel and Caen, the Camping Charmilles Lake and the ideal starting point to access all the most beautiful sites in Normandy.
Discover the charter Heritage.
From Camping Charmilles Lake, the meadows, bocages and valleys of Normandy are an invitation to walk and discover. Many emblematic sites also await you.
- The Chausey Islands
The Chausey archipelago is of rare beauty. At low tide, a constellation of 365 magnificent islets emerge. At high tide, 52 of them delight vacationers looking for maritime adventures.
- The Channel coastline
In the English Channel, travelers are always close to the sea. 360 kilometers of coastline invite you to contemplate.
- The Normandy-Maine Geopark Natural Park
This preserved natural setting is a reservoir of biodiversity to be visited in any season.
- The Cotentin and Bessin marshes natural park
Hedgerows, meadows, marshes and polders draw the unique landscapes of this natural park rich in flora and fauna to discover with the family.
Within an hour, discover the history of France.
- The Mont Saint Michel
Visiting Mont-Saint-Michel and its bay is a must in Normandy. The alleys, the abbey, the cloister and the famous statue of the Archangel Saint-Michel will leave you speechless.
Caen is a city with a thousand facets. Its long history, its monuments, museums, memorials and cultural sites delight lovers of heritage and culture.
Bayeux was the first city to be liberated in 1944. It is also famous for its tapestry, but also for the Notre-Dame cathedral. The building is indeed a jewel of Romanesque and Gothic architecture.
- The landing beaches
During your visit, don't miss a visit to the landing beaches. You will live an immersion in the heart of a contemporary page of our history.