Granville is a French city located in the Manche department, in Normandy. It is known for its picturesque charm and historical heritage, as well as for its spectacular beaches and cliffs.

Our campsite near Granville welcomes you in the seaside and climatic resort of the Bay of Mont-Saint-Michel, an old cod port and the first shellfish port in France.

Granville is partly built on a peninsula bordered by schistose cliffs, called Pointe du Roc or Cap Lihou, but it also extends eastward, on the mainland, bounded on the north by the river Le Boscq and on the south by an alternation of cliffs and beaches.

The beaches of Granville near your campsite

Granville has four sandy beaches, one in the north between the peninsula and the river, three in the south on the bay. As a sign of its beauty and environmental richness, the commune is part of the association of the Most Beautiful Detours of France.

Ideally located, our campsite is close to the beaches of Granville.

The House of Christian Dior

Now a museum, the Christian Dior house in Granville hosts exhibitions dedicated to the designer. You can also take a walk in his garden. An enchanting place, the flowers and scents will awaken your senses.

The Carnival of Granville

The Carnival is a must in La Manche! Every year, 130,000 carnival-goers gather there! Discover forty floats and tons of confetti for five days of celebrations. Concerts, confetti battle, ball, an experience to live absolutely during your stay in our campsite near Granville.

Explore the surroundings of our campsite near Granville


Discover the archipelago Chausey near the campsitethe pride of the granvillais. Explore a sublime island paradise less than an hour from Granville. Discover the white sandy beaches.

The home port of the Marité

The Marité is the last wooden steamer. The Marité, the last witness of the great fishing on the banks of Newfoundland, has found its home port in Granville. After having been used as a coaster, a pleasure boat and even as a travelling television set for the program Thalassa, the old wooden rig has undergone several years of restoration. The work began in Cherbourg, continued in Saint-Vaast and ended in Granville in June 2012.

Upper Town

During your stay at the campsite, a detour to the old town is a must! Sheltered by the ramparts, you will discover private mansions, the Richard Anacréon Museum of Modern Art and the Old Granville Museum. From the historical heart of Granville, a nice walk will take you to the Roc, where you can visit the aquarium Le Roc des Harmonies and the Semaphore.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or special requests regarding the city of Granville or any other activity available near our campground. We are at your disposal and will be happy to answer all your questions. You can also visit Coutances near our campsite.