With chic seaside resorts and authentic little fishing ports, the Bayeux Tapestry, the Caen Memorial and important historical beaches, this region has all sorts of possibilities for your camping holiday in Calvados.
For seaside walks, the 116km of coastline offers a huge variety of colours and landscapes to explore, with 12 yachting harbours. The beaches of Calvados also have strong historical ties. In 1944 the famous Allied Landings took place here, which formed a key moment in the victory over Nazi Germany. And centuries before this, William the Conqueror set sail from here to invade England and become its king. These days, the various yachting and fishing harbours continue to welcome people from all over the world.
With more than 900 historic monuments, Calvados has a rich cultural and historical heritage. These structures retrace the various different periods of our era. From the Middle Ages to modern day and including the Classical period, come and visit the Gothic cathedrals of Bayeux and Lisieux, and admire the grandeur of the Renaissance period at the Château de Fontaine-Henry and the Château de Fontaine-Etoupefour.
For a cultural excursion with relaxing countryside stop-offs, come and see the delights of Deauville, Trouville, Honfleur and all sorts of other places during your camping holiday in Calvados.
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