Why choose this campsite ?
Charming small campsite with a direct view on the sea. This is a relaxing natural place in the heart of the D-Day 44 commemorative sites. Activities: swimming pool, table tennis, and playground for children. Many walks from the campsite, especially towards the Beauguillot ornithological reserve or towards Utah Beach.
- Small camp site in the nature near the sea
- Near the beaches from the D Day 1944
- Its large preserved natural spaces
- Its huge sandy beach 400 m
Immerse yourself in an atmosphere of...
- 3* campsite
- Less than 100 pitches
- Zen (quiet)
- Sea and/or beach
- Food shop
- Landing Site Dday 1944
Opening datesFrom 01/04/2021 to 30/09/2021 Open all services : from 01/04/2021 to 25/09/2021
TimetableLow season :8:30am - 12pm / 3pm - 9pm High season :8:30am - 12pm / 3pm - 10pm
CapacitySurface of the campsite = 1,5 hectares Pitches number = 58 including rental accommodations = 20
Normandie Qualité Tourisme
- Credit card
- Holiday vouchers
Wifi access free of charge
Pets allowed paying
For more information, please refer to the campsite facilities above.
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TOURIST ADVICE FROM THE OWNERS
- Cap de Barneville Carteret
- Mill of Fierville les Mines
- Medieval castle of Pirou
- Maison du Biscuit de Sortosville en Beaumont
Your campsite in detail
Nestled in the baie de veys, the camp site, the Bay des Vey is an idyllic starting point for visiting the historic sites from June 6th, 1944.
Around the campsite:
One of the most famous beaches from D Day 1944: the ‘must see’ Utah Beach in Sainte Marie du Mont. In addition to its history, this immense stretch of sand extends for several kilometers and is suitable for swimming. It’s not only a place to relax for a seaside holiday but also a great place for lovers of skiing, sailing, yachting and kite-surfing: an unforgettable holiday.
The D-Day landing beaches Museum adjoins Utah Beach. A universe that plunges us into this crucial period of the liberation of Normandy and France in 1944. Indeed, Sainte Marie du Mont was one of the first villages liberated by the Allied troops.
In Sainte Mère Eglise, not far from the campsite, there are still traces of the Second World War. The church in Sainte Mère Eglise brings to life the incredible adventure of American paratrooper John Steele, a heroic soldier. Today, a parachute still remains in his memory, on the steeple of the church.
Don’t forget to make a detour to discover the batteries. Only a few minutes from the campsite Baie des Veys we can visit the batteries of Crisbecq and Azeville. Like other memorable places in Normandy these batteries harbour great historical significance. North of the Cotentin peninsula, the battery of Crisbecq is also known as the battery Saint Marcouf. This was the first battery to open fire on the beaches during Operation Owerlord.
Holidays are about discoveries and sightseeing but also about rest and spending time with family:
Sunbathing around our heated pool, we can enjoy the easy campsite living. Children bathe, have fun and enjoy their holiday under the sun and in the water.
In need of refreshments? Sébastien and Sébastien are pleased to welcome you to the Snack Bar on the campsite. We offer a wide variety of refreshing drinks and some Norman dishes and local products.
Your holiday accommodation ?
If you are travelling with your camper, a caravan, or a tent, no worries. The campsite has large, well defined pitches surrounded by nature. For rentals our accommodation is diverse and varied, adapted to every budget. Mobile homes at low prices or other accommodation with a “sea view”. For your seaside holidays in Cotentin, our 3-star campsite welcomes you from the beginning of April to the end of September. To book, contact us on 02 33 71 56 90 or visit our website www.campinglabaiedesveys.com
We look forward to meeting you.