Book your holiday in Normandy at one of our 4-star campsites by the sea and discover a coastal region steeped in history. You’ll also find those emblematic Norman landscapes of wooded countryside and orchards, all bathed in a very special light, in a land of which 20% is classified as regional nature park!

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Vitamin Campsite

A 4-star campsite in Dieppe with the “Normandie Qualité Tourisme” seal of approval
Saint-Aubin-sur-Scie / Seine-Maritime / Normandie / France open the map
Near to : Dieppe, Falaises d'Etretat, Rouen
1 Water/Amusement Park
1 Piscine chauffée
Beach 2,5 km away
Lac à 3 km
Children’s entertainment

Our Vitamin campsite set amid 5 hectares of lush greenery promises a relaxed family atmosphere.

Camping Vitamin by Resasol
Camping Vitamin by Resasol
Camping Vitamin by Resasol
Near to : Dieppe, Falaises d'Etretat, Rouen
1 Water/Amusement Park
1 Piscine chauffée
Beach 2,5 km away
Lac à 3 km
Children’s entertainment

Our Vitamin campsite set amid 5 hectares of lush greenery promises a relaxed family atmosphere.

Best offers from 17/09/2022 to 24/09/2022
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2 people | 7 nights
from 308€
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Your stay on a 4-star campsite in Normandy

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Plage de Deauville et ses parasols enroulés

Among our selection of Normandy campsites with 4-star standards of service, travellers will enjoy being close to the must-see sites on the coast. Make the most of the Normandy coast by booking your holiday near the D-Day beaches or the legendary seaside resorts of Cabourg, Honfleur and Deauville. 

It only remains for you to come and admire the sublime dune landscape and the coastal towns of particularly rich historical heritage. 

Besides the beaches of fine sand or sea-polished pebbles, and the invigorating waters of the English Channel, you’ll always have the possibility of swimming in the heated or indoor pools of your campsite’s pool complex. And when it comes to entertainment, you and your children will find plenty of activities to enjoy just a stone’s throw from your pitch or chalet.

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Plage de Deauville et ses parasols enroulés

Where to take your family or friends in Normandy?

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Mont Saint Michel à marée basse dabs les lumières dorées du lever de soleil

In Normandy, you’ll find lots of places to visit to occupy your days during your campsite holiday.  For a start, there’s the fabulous Mont Saint Michel, an architectural gem that stands in the bay, dancing on the ebb and flow of the tide. Both the mount and the bay are inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list and also qualify as Wonders of the West. The spectacle is even more impressive when the tidal coefficient is high and the galloping tide turns the Mont Saint Michel into an island at impressive speed.

Further north on the Côte d’Albâtre, the beautiful cliffs of Etretat, a joy to behold, are not to be missed under any pretext. Made world-famous by the likes of poets (Victor Hugo and Proust) and painters (Monet in particular), these wild and spectacular chalk cliffs will leave you dazzled and surprised.

Last but not least, we recommend you visit a few places steeped in emotion, such as Utah Beach and Sword Beach, prime witnesses to the liberation of France during the famous D-Day Landings on 6th June 1944. Testimonies of this important chapter of history take visitors into a not-so-distant past, through the atmospheric tours proposed at these emblematic sites. 

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Mont Saint Michel à marée basse dabs les lumières dorées du lever de soleil

What can we do in Normandy?

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Prairie normande et ses bocages avec une botte de foin au milieu de l'herbe verte

Besides a whole host of activities, entertainment and facilities at your campsite in Normandy, there’s no shortage of occupations in the region with which to fill your holiday agenda.

Take advantage of the beaches and the Normandy coastline that stretches for 600 kilometres. Whatever type of coast you like best - high cliffs, fine sand, dunes, wild coves or rocky outcrops - you’re sure to find what you’re looking for!

You can also visit the region’s major towns, like the explosively modern Le Havre, or the medieval treasures of Rouen, truly a town of art and history. Finally, you’ll appreciate a gourmet break, enjoying Normandy’s world-famous specialities: camembert, Norman tart, oysters, scallops and cider, to name but a few!

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Prairie normande et ses bocages avec une botte de foin au milieu de l'herbe verte