Camping les Falaises

Europe France Normandy Seine-Maritime

  • Electrical hook-ups
  • Laundry
  • Dogs welcome
  • Beaches nearby
Seaside camping with far-reaching sea views and a safe pebble beach just down the lane

At the end of a narrow road with a quintessentially French name – Rue de Château – the life-guarded beach at Saint-Pierre-en-Port is pebbly but picturesque affair. At each side, great white cliffs climb to grassy tops where a handful of houses overlook the bay, while in the waters swimmers dot the waves. Families love it and campers of every age make their way here at some point during their stay. After all, the best of the local campsites is just a few hundred metres up the road. And, having spend all morning enjoy views from your tent out across the open blue, it’s only natural to want to take a dip.

Camping les Falaises has been in the village of Saint-Pierre-en-Port for years but has recently come under new ownership, investing in the facilities along the way. There are a couple of modern wash-blocks with all the essentials and a friendly reception building where you can leaf your way through pamphlets about nearby museums in Dieppe, fish markets in Fécamp or the major attractions in the cathedral city of Rouen (an hour away by car). The views, of course are nothing new, and the walk, from the campsite along the cliff tops is as spectacular today as it surely ever was. When the sun’s out the sea that stretches beyond is a beautiful brochure-blue.

The campsite doesn’t have a shop. There’s no need for it. Instead, the village has a small supermarket and the essential amenities you need, while a small tourist office next to the town hall can supply you with any information not found at the campsite. For most campers, it’s the beaches and the waterfront that attract, but there’s a host of good museums to be found nearby, too, and, further north, the famous monuments and historic sites of the D-Day landings. The campsites proximity to Le Harve and Calais – an hour to the former, two and a half to the latter – also make it a shamelessly convenient stop-off during longer journeys around France.



170 pitches, 'comfort' pitches have electrical hook-ups. 2 washrooms, each open 24hrs a day – showers, toilets, sinks and washing up areas, plus a washing machine and dryer (tokens on sale at reception). Fridges and BBQs for hire. Motorhome service area. Pétanque court and table-tennis table. Fresh bread delivery every morning (place your order the evening before). Footpath to Saint-Pierre-en-Port beach at the bottom of the campsite.

Suitable For

Everyone! Tents, campervans, caravans, dogs, kids, groups...


Saint-Pierre-en-Port beach is at the foot of the campsite (best reached by going through the village though), while the village is 300m away and has all the main commodities – a small supermarket, a butcher, bakeries, a restaurant and a post office (as well as a tabac selling the all important postcards). Both Saint-Pierre-en-Port and the beach at les Grandes Dalles (1 mile) are good for swimming, and the pebble bays at Dieppe, Etretat, Veules les Roses and Fécamp are all within driving distance. Fécamp, in particular, is less than 20 minutes by car and has plenty of historic monuments to busy you, including the ruined buildings of a Benedictine abbey, a 13th century water tower and beautiful old houses in Hallette neighbourhood. There's also 6 different (small) museums.

Food & Drink

There's fresh bread delivery to the campsite each morning (order the night before) and a supermarket and small shops in the village for supplies. There are a coupe of bar-tabacs that offer quick food but next to the tourist office and the town hall there's a hotel-restaurant that serves good food. For more choice, though, head into Fécamp or Dieppe where, unsurprisingly, these port towns have top notch fish and chips.



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The Owner Says

Les Falaises campsite invites you on a journey through Normandy, to discover the play of light on the surrounding landscapes and the cultural wealth of the Côte d’Albâtre.Located in Saint-Pierre-en-Port in the Seine-Maritime, stay on an unspoilt campsite, with breathtaking views of the sea. A holiday in the heart of Impressionist Normandy, with its coastal towns and 130 km of coastline, carved out by the ocean.

In the heart of Impressionist Normandy

Wherever you travel, from Mont-Saint-Michel to Tréport via Deauville, Le Havre, Honfleur, or the little villages of the Pays d’Auge and the Perche, the Normandy coastline offers endless delights. The region is steeped in emblematic sights, such as the landscapes of Etretat, and the ports and cathedral of Rouen, which inspired Monet and the impressionist painters.

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Contact Camping les Falaises, 130 Rue du Camping, 76540 Saint-Pierre-en-Port, Seine-Maritime, Normandy, France

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Rated ★★★☆☆ over 7 reviews


Slightly disappointing

Good location and the beginnings of a good site

Not very cool

I didn't see any pitches with a view fo the sea, even when the mist that had rolled in from the coast eventually cleared. The content on this page gave us the impression it was a short skip and a jump to the beach. It's actually about a 20 minute walk down a very steep lane, unless you take the fast route over the edge of the cliff. The staff on the site were very nice, very helpful and pleasant. The pitches were good. Spacious and flat. The bread and croissants in the morning were very nice. That was the good bits. The facilities were very poor. The toilets/shower area were dark and filthy. Most of the toilets had been locked for some reason. The floors were damp and hadn't been properly cleaned. There were small shards of ceramics on the floor that must have been smashed off some of the tiles. A lot of the lights didn't work. My wife went for a shower and saw human excrement in one of the show stalls. Probably from someone who couldn't get in one of the locked toilets. I got the impression they are running everything down as it's shortly to be demolished and rebuilt as a Huttopia site. For now, I'm surprised they lend their name to it, and I'm even more surprised this site is in Cool Camping.
Sep 2, 2019 by Johnny


The office staff were lovely and the evening musical entertainment was excellent, but as the weather was bad we really needed the comfort of good facilities. They were dirty and had clearly seen better days, some cubicles were locked and out of use for some reason, hot water in showers, but they weren’t clean. There was no view from our pitch despite being told there would be. Morning bread was good, but we won’t be going back. Left one day before we were due to.
Jul 31, 2019 by SiouxMcKeown

Not worthy of cool camping recommendation

The images and website for this campsite look amazing but the reality is that the sanitary blocks are terrible. They are very outdated, dark, cold and no hot water to be had. The new pods look pretty from the outside (I don’t know if they have their own facilities?) but if you are camping under canvas or in your own van and rely on communal facilities then its depressing. There are no views from the pitches I saw and the journey to the beach is very steep and not a pretty part of the beach either. The man at reception was very nice and the bread/pastries very good. Sorry but I expected more.
Jun 24, 2019 by Fi A

Lovely holiday

We had a lovely stay at this campsite. The pitches are large and tidy, it is perfectly located, walking distance from beautiful cliffs. Every morning you can order bread and pastry which are delicious! We would definitely come back!
Aug 8, 2018 by Andrea

Decent campsite off the beaten track

Loved the location - close to a quaint little village which has 2 shops, plus a bakery, butcher and cafe/restaurant. You can get to the beach within about 15 min walk, it is very steep but worth it! Slightly bigger campsite than I imagined, 2 toilet/shower blocks plus activities like ping pong and boules. Decent sized pitches. Only negative is the toilets... they’re typical French toilets without toilet seats (yuk!) and there are even some of the very old squat toilets!!!
Jul 30, 2018 by Hayley

Very nice staff, stunning little village and epic view at the Atlantic

The staff is young, helpful and really kind. We relaxed immediately. The back of the site is really cool, really nature-like and pleased us as young “cool” campers ! We will come back for sure!
Jul 18, 2018 by Cornelia

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