- Sleeps 6 (max 6 adults, 5 children)
The Owner Says
Camping Lez-Eaux is still an exceptional place to stay. The grounds are spacious, the facilities are excellent and your children will have befriended their continental companions before you’ve even unpacked the car.
With a calm and friendly family atmosphere, Lez-Eaux holds many spacious pitches with an electrical hook up and connections to drinking water and waste water. There are 3 toilets blocks, 1 is heated and open all year, while the others are opened subject to demand. Hot showers are available all day. There are coin operated washing machines and tumble-dryers for laundry. Plenty of onsite activities: covered swimming pool, paddling pool and 3 slides, outdoor pool, bouncy castles, football and volleyball pitch, tennis court (5€ / h), a playground, a kids clubs (during July and August), a fishing lake and an onsite local market (during July and August). There is also cycle hire available.
The prices related to this unit are for 2 people including a vehicle.
About Camping Lez-Eaux
Suitable ForEveryone! Tents, campervans, caravans, families, couples, dogs (on a lead) – yes.
NearbyAt reception you can buy tickets for trips to Jersey and Chausey islands. It's worth getting up early to get one of the first boats across, as the islands each deserve a good day trip, but they're well worth the visit. Closer to home, the campsite is just 8km from Granville, where a well preserved old town reveals the history of its military and religious past. The lower town is partly built on land reclaimed from the sea, while the upper half of the old centre is surrounded by 15th-century ramparts. There are various places to enter into the centre, the oldest via the Grand'Porte. The old town itself is dominated by the ancient church of Notre-Dame du Cap Lihou. The imposing granite building – early Gothic style – was actually built by the English during the Hundred Years' War. From the most westerly point in the town, a pinnacle that juts into the sea, you can look out at world famous Mont Saint Michel on a clear day. It's a 40km drive from the campsite and well worth the trip – though very busy during peak summer months.
Food & Drink
Onsite there is a licensed bar that also serves takeaway meals in the evening. The small reception shop has a few essentials plus, in the morning, freshly baked bread and pastries. For more choice drive the 8km to Granville where a huge selection of restaurants will keep you busy. Picorette (33 2 3359 9349) is a popular choice through the day, while OXC3 (33 2 3369 4682) is the place to go for dinner.
Camping Lez-Eaux is located at Castel Château de Lez-Eaux, 240 avenue de Lez-Eaux, 50380 Saint Pair Sur Mer, Manche, France
From the A84 take the exit towards Granville and in Granville turn onto the D 973 towards Avranches (sign posted). Continue over the roundabout on the D 973 and after 4km the campsite is on your right.