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From Camping Crossroads, the most beautiful natural and historical sites of Normandy waiting for you.
Cerisy-en-Forêt and its abbey
Admire the heritage of Cerisy-en-Forêt. This small Norman town is a real nugget. The Benedictine abbey of Saint-Vigor is also one of the most important in the region. It even bore the title of royal abbey.
For an ever closer discovery of nature, nature or educational outings are organized in the Cerisy forest. It is the green lung of the territory of Isigny. In Montfiquet, the Maison de la Forêt welcomes you to answer all your questions.
Plains and hedgerows of Normandy
They are the Epinal image of Normandy. The green plains and groves are a delight for the eyes. Rejuvenation and relaxation guaranteed in the heart of this preserved nature.
The Cotentin and Bessin Marshes Regional Nature Park reveals the wonders of this sensitive natural area. Marshes, meadows and moors are home to remarkable and preserved fauna and flora.
The island of Tatihou
The island of Tatihou is an ornithological paradise which becomes a peninsula at low tide. Discover it in any season and admire the birds, but also the famous Vauban towers classified as World Heritage of Humanity.
The chalk cliffs of the Côte d'Albâtre extend over 130 kilometres. From Le Havre to Tréport via Fécamp, they have always fascinated visitors.
Activities for children
Several parks are worth a family visit.
- city of the sea
- Bayeux Adventure
- Nautical base of Clecy
- Alligator Bay
The landing beaches
Omaha Beach and Utah Beach are Normandy must-sees. You will discover with emotions a portion of our contemporary history.
Mont Saint-Michel and its bay
The Mont Saint Michel is the jewel of Normandy. Nicknamed the Wonder of the West, the bay of Mont Saint-Michel attracts many holidaymakers every year who want to admire this site classified as a World Heritage Site. Despite the high attendance, a visit is essential if you go to Normandy.
If you like history and culture, many museums await you.
- Bayeux Tapestry Museum
- Caen Memorial
- Baron Gérard Museum of Art and History in Bayeux
The Cotentin train
Close to the Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin Regional Natural Park, not far from the Capes of Carteret and Rozel, the tourist train runs along the coast. A great opportunity to contemplate the region to the gentle rhythm of the rail.
During your stay at Camping Crossroads, many towns are worth your visit. Do not miss Isigny-sur-mer, Caen and its ducal castle or Bayeux and its famous tapestry. Then visit Honfleur, Ouistreham and Barfleur. Treat yourself to a detour via Deauville for an incursion into the Belle Epoque.
On foot, by bike or on horseback, you will be spoiled for choice. Your walks on paths and trails will take you through the Normandy countryside or on the coastal path. By bike, the greenways and the Seine à Vélo route offer you long days of walks. The equestrian centers of the territory will be happy to help you discover the most beautiful landscapes on horseback.
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