5 stars pitches to rent in the Manche, between Granville and Avranches
A 5 stars large space at the domain Château de Lez-Eaux for your accommodation near by the sea
There is a 12 hectares park well-preserved, an indoor swimming pool at the Domain of Château de Lez-Eaux in Normandy, where you have a large choice of pitches.
These pitches have been thought to be ideal for a tent, a caravan or a campervan for your holiday on the edge of the sea.
Each one of these pitches are limited by a controlled vegetation, sunny or shady by hundred-year old trees in the park. You can enjoy a peacefulness place to have a nice relaxing time.
Each of these pitches can welcome 6 people maximum and has between 100m² to 200 m².
Close to Granville’s beach and seaside, you can discover the touristic places such as the landing beaches of the D-Day or the Mont Saint-Michel. Your campsite in Normandy will be pleased to advice you, to make your holiday the best it can be.
Choose among different pitches in Normandy for your holiday in the bay of the Saint-Michael’s Mount
The 5 stars Lez-Eaux campsite in Normandy, in the bay of the Mont Saint-Michel has 4 different kind of pitch to enjoy.
Standard pitch surface area 100m², with electricity: 10 ampere.
Comfort pitch surface area 150m², with electricity: 10 ampere; and water with drainage.
Those two kind of pitches are ideal for a tent, a caravan of a campervan.
Hard-standing pitch got electricity: 16 AMP and water with drainage, it has a hard standing place for the vehicle and a grass part.
Premium pitch surface area 150 to 200 m², electricity: 16 amp, water and drainage, 1 hour free wifi per day. A shelter with a microwave, fridge, table and chairs, long chairs, sun umbrella and a barbecue. You just have to settle and enjoy the place near the seaside or our aquatic resort with indoor pool.
Our facilitator’s team is here for you every day during your stay.
Feel free to go to the reception to have advice on what to do nearby the campsite, to visit famous places and discover our region, from the embroidery of Bayeux to the landing beaches of the D-Day.