Your Campsite Coutances and surroundings

Coutances is a French commune, located in the department of Manche and the region Basse-Normandie. It is particularly known for its cathedral, its festival Jazz under the apple trees. Coutances is a sub-prefecture, the seat of the Court of Assizes of the Manche and the bishopric of Coutances and Avranches.

The cathedral, the Saint-Pierre and Saint-Nicolas churches, the plant garden, the Hôtel-Dieu, the Reconstruction districts, the Parc-l’Evêque, the private mansions of the classical period are all sites that make Coutances a city of art and history. Take advantage of your stay in our campsite to visit Coutances and its surroundings.

You can also visit Granville by staying at our campsite.

A rich heritage and history

The Coutances area has a rich past and its heritage is abundant: the gothic cathedral, among the most beautiful in France, the lime kilns of Regnéville-sur-Mer, and the manor farms… The Coutances region has many treasures to discover during your next stay!

Country of bocage, but also littoral, Coutances is an ideal destination of vacations for its seaside resorts with its long beaches of sbale labeled “Family Plus”

The Cathedral of Coutances

Built in the 13th century, Coutances Cathedral is, along with Mont-Saint-Michel, a major work of Norman Gothic. In summer, an extraordinary guided tour allows you to discover, at 30 meters from the ground, its high galleries and its prodigious lantern tower.

It is on foot that Coutances reveals itself best. Start by getting lost in the labyrinth of the jardin des plantes. There, between Italian-style terraces and groves of exotic trees, the perfume of the 19th century still floats. Close by, the steep streets of the old town, lined with private mansions and old craftsmen’s houses, are as many escapes towards the bocage and the nearby sea.

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