The Yelloh! Village Les Îles is a 5 star campsite located next to the pretty town of Granville.
With modern and fully equipped cottages as well as comfortable pitches with private sanitary facilities on each pitch, Les Îles campsite is the ideal place to spend your holiday in a green and authentic setting !
Many activities for young and old are propose during all the season like animations and activities during the day and also during the evening.
On the campsite, there is a large aquatic area with two pools, covered and uncovered, slides or a paddling pool for the little ones as well as many playgrounds and petanque, a mini-farm or a multisports ground for children.
From the campsite, it is possible to visit the sites and places of the region. So, during your stay at our campsite, do not miss the seaside resort of Granville and its ports, the corsair city of Saint-Malo and the ramparts, the Cotentin or the Landing beaches.
Accommodation on site includes Modern cottages with comfort and Spacious pitches with private sanitary facilities.
If you are going to drive then here are the distances from the Channel Ports :
A lovely small town, famous as a yachting centre. It is a 10 minute drive from the Campsite. Here you will also find the Christian Dior and Richard Anacreon Museum.
There are many sites to be seen in Normandy, related to World War 2. There are numerous WW2 sites which can be seen in Avranches such as the Avranches museum and for information about the General Patten memorial click here. The D-Day celebrations take place this year from 5th to 7th June. Bayeux also has an excellent museum and of course all along the northern coast of Normandy you will find the D-Day landing beaches. Here is a picture of part of the Atlantic Wall, the German wartime defence which you can see at Granville :
A magnificent abbey on an island. One of the first sites to be included on UNESCO's World Heritage List. This is busy but well worth a visit if you haven't already been to this most visited Tourist Attraction in France ! The narrow streets can get busy in high season and you may find them difficult with very young children and buggies. If you have young children and are desperate to see it then it might be a good idea to try and get there as early as possible to avoid the crowds.
Worth a visit. Website