The small-scale Le Fanal campsite is within walking distance of the Norman coastal town of Isigny-sur-Mer. Isigny-sur-Mer is located on the river L'Aure which flows into the sea via a deep inlet.The sandy beach of Géfosse-Fontenay is 10 km away.
Despite the traces left by the 1944 invasion of Isigny, there are still a few coloured houses at the fishing port that give the village its character. Isigny is known for the typical Norman products butter, Camembert and caramels d'Isigny (with Calvados in it of course!). Taste all other Normandy specialties during your vacation, bon appétit!
Facilities at Camping Le Fanal There is a lot to experience at Le Fanal and no boredom in this holiday. Take a look at the possibilities:
• Indoor and outdoor swimming pool with slides and children's section
• Mini club, sports and evening programme
• Playground with rope equipment, trampoline and air cushion
• Tennis courts, sports field and fitness
• Beach volleyball, table tennis and boules
• Restaurant, pizzeria, snack bar with takeaway meals and bar
• Bread service
Cavados and Manche Want to discover the area? Please do! Impressive are of course the 5 landing beaches on which the Allies landed on D-day. Omaha and Utah beach are not far from Camping Le Fanal. Omaha beach has a cemetery with countless rows of white crosses, the Utah beach museum has a lot of war material. Good to think about freedom again. A town that has been spared during the bombing is Bayeux, the original capital of the stubborn Gauls. Bayeux is known for porcelain, lace and embroidery. The 'Bayeux Carpet' in particular, a huge, well-preserved embroidered carpet, is famous. With children, 'La Cité de la Mer' in Cherbourg is a great adventure. Step into a dive boat, travel with the Titanic, admire the sea dwellers and learn all about the sea.
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