Arromanches-les-Bains, the ideal holiday destination!
There are a thousand and one reasons why you’ll love Calvados. Its outstanding natural environment, pretty towns with rich heritage, and internationally renowned gastronomic delights. Make this idyllic part of Normandy your summer destination and explore Arromanches-les-Bains, one of the historic Normandy landing sites.
Calm and comfort in a lovely verdant setting – that’s what your Sandaya campsite has in store for you. And that’s not all: with its indoor heated swimming pool, activities for all, free children’s clubs and location close to the English Channel, it has all the ingredients for a happy holiday with family or friends!
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Visit Arromanches-les-Bains with the family
You can’t stay in Arromanches without hearing about the Second World War and the Normandy landings. There are several sites dedicated to this period such as the 360° cinema, the Liberators Museum Normandy 1944 or the D-Day Museum. A fascinating way for the whole family to (re)discover the secrets behind the historical events.
After you’ve taken in the local heritage, it’s time for some outdoor activities! Whether you prefer to stay on land or venture out to sea, there is something for everyone. Your little campers can choose from horse riding, swimming, building sandcastles on the beach or even an outing on the sea – they’ll certainly have no time to get bored! And if they’ve still got energy to burn, take them for a splash in the campsite’s heated covered swimming pool!
Visit Arromanches-les-Bains as a couple
Enjoy a welcome breath of fresh air as you take a walk, hand-in-hand with your special someone, through the dunes to the marshes of Bessin and Ver Sur Meuvaines, where you’ll be greeted by beautiful Norman cows grazing peacefully. An authentic picture postcard of Normandy!
After that, take some time to relax at the beach. Arromanches-les-Bains is surrounded by the legendary D-Day landing beaches with evocative names such as Omaha Beach, Normandy Beach and, of course, Arromanches. Find peace and quiet in a unique natural setting that you’ll only find in Normandy.
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Normandy has everything a gourmet could dream of, with a menu that includes cider, liqueurs, cheeses, including the world-renowned Camembert, charcuterie and confiture de lait, or milk jam. Pull up and chair and tuck in!
A visit to Bayeux is an opportunity to see the famous Bayeux Tapestry, an embroidered cloth which recounts William the Conqueror’s conquest of England.
A road trip along the Normandy coast is the perfect way to discover its treasures, which include the chic towns of Cabourg and Deauville. So hop in the car and off you go!
The Côte de Nacre can also be enjoyed from the sea! Take a boat trip and admire the breathtaking beauty of the Normandy coastline from the waters of the Channel.