Rue De Camping, Houlgate, France, 2120
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With broad sandy beaches, fascinating history and chic seaside towns, Normandy proves you dont have to travel far to enjoy an out-of-this-world holiday.
And at La Vallée, one of Normandys premier parcs, you can enjoy a glorious rural setting not far from one of those magnificent sandy beaches, too. The parc is scattered with flowering hedges and fruit trees, with some of the excellent facilities housed in a beautifully converted Norman building. There are two pool complexes and fantastic waterslides, including the awesome space bowl slide.
For kids looking for non-stop activity La Vallée has everything you could wish for with the new 'Plus' Kids' Clubs, operating six days per week (2018 programme and dates to be confirmed). Children of all ages can make new friends and develop new skills, but most of all have loads of fun. Parents can even get involved too at the new Family Activity Sessions.
Near a beach (1km)
Golf Course (2km)
Near a Town (1km)
Horse Riding (0.55km)
La VallÃ©e Campsite 88 Rue de la VallÃ©e, 14510 HOULGATE
GPS Co-ordinates 49.294009 -0.068278
Local Railway Trouville, 13km : Services to Caen, Le Havre, Deauville
Service Charge £7.50 per unit per night
Facilities Passes FREE
Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Apr 3, 17, May 29, Jul 3, 10, Oct 23; £6 per person per break Apr 6, 10, 13, May 22, 25, Jul 17, Aug 28, Oct 26
PAY ONLY £9.50 Apr 20, 24, Oct 9, 12
PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 12, 15, 19
For a day of fun, go to Parc Festyland, a unique amusement park with new attractions every year. There are rides and activities for the whole family, and in July and August every day exciting Viking battles are held. Great for kids!
You do not have to travel far to see one of FranceÂs most famous historic artefacts. The Bayeux tapestry is about an hourÂs drive away, which is well worth it to see this extraordinary depiction of history. Another must-see historic attraction are the D-Day landing beaches, just a short drive from Houlgate.
Caen is a very cosmopolitan town which has lots of sightseeing opportunities. It is known for its historical buildings built during the reign of William the Conqueror.
This attraction has local and tropical fish to gaze at as they swim around, but it also has venomous snakes, turtles, lizards to peek at. 'Zoo CerzaÂ is also fun for the whole family, where animals are free to roam around in their natural environment.
If you fancy a day at the beach then the lovely seaside town of Houlgate is nearby, or the sophisticated resort of Deauville, which has a lovely yachting marina and casino. Also within driving distance is DeauvilleÂs less formal and expensive twin town, Trouville. It has golden sands and lots of seaside concessions.