We offer several kinds of accommodation on this campsite which are managed by the campsite or by a tour operator
Campsite Le Point du Jour
Welcome to Calvados, an area perfect for a relaxing holiday with plenty of places to explore! Be tempted by a trip to this exceptional part of Basse-Normandie (South Normandy) and stop-off at Merville-Franceville Plage. Close to Cabourg and its beaches, you'll find the Le Point du Jour campsite, where a great family holiday awaits!
Numerous fun and relaxaing activities are on offer at Le Point du Jour campsite, meaning there's something for the whole family. Enjoy an aqua-aerobics session in the pool, grab a microphone during a karaoke evening or unwind in the spa. Sign your kids up to the miniclub where they can play entertaining games. And once night falls, get a good night's sleep in your high quality accommodation.
Don't forget to visit the nearby beach and enjoy some seaside fun. Activities on offer in the area include golf, hiking, horse riding, kite surfing and more...
Merville-Franceville Plage, a commune of 1,500 inhabitants in Basse-Normandie, is found in the Calvados department. This seaside resort is between Cabourg and Orne Bay and benefits from 4km of sandy beaches. Numerous, sign-posted hiking trails will take you into the heart of the Pays d'Auge and the Dives wetlands. Caen, home to William the Conqueror, is only 23km away and packed with historic sites you can visit. Small, lively streets, a marina in the centre of town, parks, gardens...it's a pleasant, relaxing town. For museum fans, there's a memorial dedicated to 20th Century history. The Sainte M?re Church, a focal point during the Second World War, now houses a museum that recounts the liberation of the village by American soldiers two hours before the D-Day landings. To reach it, head north through the Cotentin regional park and admire the rich plant and animal life in these stunning wetlands. On your way back, stop off at Bayeux to visit its legendary tapestry. There's also the coastal town of Berni?res, home to an aquarium. If you continue along the eastern, flower-lined coast, you'll come across the tourist towns of Cabourg, followed by the famous resorts of Trouville and Deauville, the latter known for its film festival, racecourse and casino.
A few kilometres further on, there's the charming town of Honfleur. The Sainte Catherine Quay is romantic and popular with artists and photographers, thanks to its amazing views and old, corbelled houses that surround a 17th Century pond.
September Musical de l'Orne (Alen?on) - end of August to end of September Art Sonic (Briouze) - end of July Festival Orne en Choeurs (Alen?on) - end of June Festival Autour du Piano (Carrouges) - end of July to beginning of August Festival Beauregard (H?rouville Saint Clair) - 1st, 2nd and 3rd July