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Camping spirit since 1970

Open from
04 april  to
21 october 2016

9h to 20h in july and august

9h to 12h and 14h to 18h
for other months

Booking

HIGH AND LOW SEASON

upon presentation of your campingcard
FFCC - ANWB - ACSI - ADAC
* average reduction observed

Camping
de la Vanlée

Rue des Gabions
50290 BREHAL

Tel. +33 2 33 61 63 80

Tuesday, 23 October 2018

Introduction

_le_camping-presentation__a_droite_ Camping de la Vanlée is situated in the dunes of Havre de la Vanlée, a natural treasure at the shore in Manche, west coast of Normandy. It is a unique environment rich in flora and fauna. During the spring tide the land will be partially flooded and thus become a peninsula. This is the ideal location to see the famous salt meadow sheep.

The campsite offers you 466 tent sites of 80 to 100m² each in an area over 11 hectares within wavy dunes with direct access to the beach. These tent sites aren’t defined by hedges so the natural image will be conserved.

It is the ideal starting point to discover the beaches, the norman countryside as well as various treasures of nature… the ideal whereabouts for vacationing with friends or family!

_le_camping-presentation-post_it_a_gauche_ The campsite de la Vanlée was opened for the 31 Rallye de la fédération international de camping caravanning in 1970. It is the duty of the town councils of Briqueville sur mer and Bréhal, which are situated in the vicinity of the bay of St. Michael’s Mount, to maintain the establishment to attract a huge crowd of international campers. Hence, the following nationalities belong to the over 10.000 campers from Europe and abroad: Germany, Austria, Belgium, Brasilia, Canada, Denmark, Spain, Finland, Great Britain, Hungary, Israel, Italy, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Portugal, Sweden, Swiss, Turkey…

Even 10 short days tighten old friendships, and help making new ones to build the foundation of the esprit of camping which is valued on Camping de la Vanlée for more than 40 years.


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