The surrounding area
You’ll be holidaying in 7 hectares of greenery by the famous salt marshes, the air filled with the scent of sea salt. In the evenings you’ll spot animals quenching their thirst by the little streams, with Mont-Saint-Michel as the backdrop.
Around Côté Ô Mont-Saint-Michel
Dubbed “the Marvel of the Western World” and recognised as a UNESCO world heritage site, Mont-Saint-Michel stands in the heart of a bay lapped by the highest tides in Europe.
The Abbey that overlooks the Mont-Saint-Michel bay is impossible to miss.
Wander aimlessly through the picturesque alleys.
Get a taste for the local cuisine at the famous “Auberge de la Mère Poulard”, a restaurant opened in 1888!
Sale of tickets for the abbey
The Ecomuseum of the Bay of Mont Saint Michel
Cross the bay
Cross the Mont-Saint-Michel bay on foot for an unforgettable experience. You’ll be accompanied by experienced story-telling guides who will immerse you in the legends of the Bay and reveal surprising wonders, such as Tombelaine island!
The Islands of Chausey
Europe’s largest archipelago.
Go and discover the Islands of Chausey located offshore from Mont-Saint-Michel. Set sail on a guided crossing and enjoy a pleasant trip on the seas. Boats depart daily from Granville for a tour of the islands, where you’ll discover wild and breathtaking scenery.
It’s said that the Chausey archipelago boasts no less than 365 islets during low tide and 52 at high tide. We’ll let you see for yourselves!
The Islands of Chausey are a seabird’s paradise and are home to large colonies of birds. The coasts of the archipelago are also the favourite playground of many dolphins.
Explore Granville, “the Monaco of the North”, located 20 km from the campsite. This seaside resort on the Mont-Saint-Michel bay offers great visits and walks along the marina.
Roam the narrow alleyways of the historic upper town and stroll along the ramparts while enjoying breathtaking views of the sea.
Don’t miss: The “Sorties de Bain (Dressing Gowns)” festival – a street art festival that takes place every July – “La nuit des soudeurs (Welders Evening)” in August and the culinary treat that is the “Toute la mer sur un plateau (All the Sea on a Plate)” festival, taking place every September.
Visit the city of the Corsairs, located 50 minutes from the campsite, where you can climb the ramparts that surround the city and enjoy a panoramic view over the old town, fine sand beaches and the Emerald Coast.
Tickets for the Saint Malo aquarium
The Landing Beaches
Make the most of your stay and discover the historic Normandy Landing Beaches: Utah Beach, Omaha Beach and the artificial harbour of Arromanches.
Contact us and getting there
By carBy car
Take the A84, exit Avranches at the 1st roundabout take the direction of Granville, then at the 2nd roundabout, direction Jullouville (D911). At the end of the village, follow the road on the left towards Le Bec d'Andaine. The campsite is 500 m away.
By carBy car
You will land either at Rennes airport (103 km from the campsite) or Caen-Carpiquet airport (105 km from the campsite)
By trainBy train
The nearest station is Avranches, 10 km from the campsite.
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