Capfun, Quality campsites and holiday resorts in France
The department mancheThe Manche is an ideal destination for nature lovers, water sports enthusiasts, and foodies
. With its stunning landscapes, picturesque villages, and local cuisine, there is so much to see and do in this region. If you stay in one of the Capfun campsites in the area, you can easily discover the 5 most beautiful places to visit, all located within a 30-minute drive. Camping Vikings
in Saint Jean de la Rivière, Camping Golf
in Saint Jean de la Rivière, and Camping Route Blanche
in Breville sur Mer are the perfect accommodations to explore these places in Manche.
: Located just a 30-minute drive from Camping Route Blanche
, Mont Saint-Michel is one of France's most iconic sites. This granite rock island is crowned by a magnificent abbey that was built over a thousand years ago. Visitors can explore the paved streets and souvenir shops that surround the abbey, as well as enjoy the breathtaking view of the bay.
The D-Day Beaches
: The Normandy landing beaches, where the famous allied landing took place during World War II, are another must-see place to visit. Just a 20-minute drive from Camping Vikings
, you can discover these historically significant beaches and the military cemeteries that pay tribute to them.
La Cité de la Mer
: Located in Cherbourg, just a 30-minute drive from Camping Golf
, La Cité de la Mer is a museum dedicated to the history of diving and underwater exploration. Visitors can explore different areas, including a life-size replica of the submarine "Le Redoutable" and a giant aquarium.
Jardin des Plantes de Coutances
: If you are a nature lover, the Jardin des Plantes de Coutances is a must-see place. Located just a 15-minute drive from Camping Route Blanche
, this magnificent botanical garden is famous for its exotic plant collections and stunning flower beds.
Château de Pirou
: This medieval castle, located just a 10-minute drive from Camping Vikings
, is a fascinating place to explore. The castle is surrounded by a water-filled moat, and visitors can explore the different rooms and towers to discover the history of the region.
Manche cuisine is also famous for its local specialties
, such as Tarte Tatin, cider, and Camembert cheese. Seafood, such as oysters, mussels, and scallops, is also very popular. Local markets are the ideal place to discover these culinary specialties, as well as to smell the enticing aromas of fresh and local products.
Here is the list of our holiday parks in Manche