rue Henry Simon
Open from 30/03 to 13/10
+33 2 35 27 33 56
A campsite in Normandy, 800 metres from the beach
This wooded campsite on the lovely Alabaster Coast offers generously sized pitches, high quality rental accommodation and peace and quiet – all a beautiful setting.
Yport, a small seaside town renowned for its fishermen's houses and beautiful 19th century villas, is an authentic, traditional fishing village peering out onto the sea…This is certainly what attracted so many famous people, such as Dieterle, Maupassant, Gide, Laurens or Boudin.
Along the coastline, the High Cliffs of Normandy are simply breathtaking, and the air incomparably pure and invigorating.
Manager Camping la Chênaie
From the campsite, you can discover Seine-Maritime, a department brimming with natural, cultural and gastronomic heritage.
Pay a visit to the village of Etretat, whose famous cliffs inspired the paintings of Claude Monet and Gustave Courbet.
Take a trip to Fécamp; here the 'Abbatiale de la Sainte-Trinité' (Abbey of the Holy Trinity), the palace of the Dukes of Normandy, and the splendid collections at the 'Terre Neuvas' museum bear witness to the town's prestigious history. Then, leave the coast for a while and go inland to visit the Normandy countryside and enjoy the numerous walks through its groves, forests, and prairies. Along the way, remember to savour the famous Normandy apples (in all their different guises) and camemberts!
The campsite now offers 2/3-bedroom static caravans for rent as well as the Freeflower all-canvas holiday homes exclusive to Flower campsites.
Surface of the campsite : 2.7ha
Numbers of pitches : 58
Number of accommodation : 43
Oppening hours of the reception low season : 8h30 -12h00 / 14h00 -19h00
Oppening hours of the reception hight season : 8h30-19h00