Camping Bayeux

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.

Holidays in camping Bayeux

Setting off on holiday to Bayeux is also an opportunity to find out about the famous battle involving the allied forces which took place on 6th June 1944: the Normandy Landings. This historically important event is described in the museum dedicated to those who fought here. You can also take a guided tour around the locations and buildings that played a major part in the battle which took place.

Normandy is a region in which art plays a major role, and Bayeux is not outdone in this respect. Here, you'll be able to discover a town with a strong artistic and cultural heritage:
- The Baron Gérard Museum of Art and History is home to all sorts of works, including paintings, archaeological pieces and photographs
- Bayeux's Musée de la Tapisserie contains one of the most famous tapestries of the Middle Ages. 70 metres in length, this tells the story of the conquest of England by William the Conqueror through pictorial adornments.

During your camping holiday in Bayeux, take some time to visit all of the highlights contained in the town. With various festivals, a great many places to visit and some fantastic beaches, you'll enjoy some exotic and rewarding family holidays here!