Camping La Capricieuse Luc-sur-Mer, Calvados

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A stay at the camping La Capricieuse offers the perfect way to discover all the treasures of the Calvados. Lying on the Côte de Nacre, in Normandy, there are a host of exceptional spots nearby just waiting for you to come and explore. The D-Day beaches, the renowned Mont-Saint-Michel and Caen with its memorial. And there are plenty of other places that you aren’t likely to forget in a hurry. Come and discover them! 

Camping La Capricieuse
2 Rue Brummel
14530 Luc-sur-Mer
FRANCE
+33 (0)2 31 97 34 43

GPS Coordinates
Latitude: N 49° 19' 4''
Longitude: E 0° 21' 29''
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Location
Luc-sur-Mer, 0.4 km
Caen airport, 22 km
Caen railway station, 20 km
Do you know the Côte de Nacre? No? Well now's the time to set off to discover an area rich in nature and history.
Where the land meets the sea and where one’s soul is carried away by the beauty of the location, and where every stone has a story to tell: this is where you’ll find Mont Saint Michel.
On these beaches, history has left its mark and some truly moving vestiges. During your camping trip in Normandy, journey back in time by visiting the Plages du Débarquement (landing beaches).
In the department of the Calvados hides a charming seaside resort: Luc-sur-Mer. If you’ve never come this way before, it’s the moment to stop off for a visit. So read on to find out what awaits you...
Bayeux, in Normandy, will take you on a journey back in time with its historic and cultural heritage. As you walk along beside the Aure river on a fantastic and fully landscaped path (urban landscaping award winner,2008), you'll find some unmissable historic locations to visit. Indeed Bayeux is one of Normandy's more unusual towns, in that its historic centre is still intact. So come and visit Bayeux cathedral, which is an unmissable gothic architectural construction dating back to the Middle Ages.
The main town of the Lower Normandy region, you’ll be amazed by Caen’s wonderful features and historic heritage. People who enjoy history will love their camping holiday in Caen. This Viking city, also home to William the Conqueror, will really appeal, with its quantity of medieval buildings, harking back to the glory days of this Normandy native. The Château Ducal, the Abbayes des Dames et des Hommes and the tomb of William the Conqueror will take you back in time to this important part of Europe's history.

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