Bungalow.Net's fantastic holiday homes in Normandy
provide the perfect base for an adventurous sports holiday or a relaxing time sightseeing on the Cotentin Pensinsula, famous for its D-Day landing beaches. If it's water sports you're after, our holiday homes with swimming pool offer the chance to enjoy a peaceful swim or a bit of sunbathing but you can also visit the beaches of Vauville, Hatainville or Dielette for a day of surfing or learn to sail in Granville. Golfers can hone their skills at the courses of Omaha Beach or Lake Dathee while anglers can pursue their favorite pastime on the lakes of the interior. Tour the D-Day beaches, drop by one of the related museums such as the Airborne Museum in Caen, or take the family to La Cité de la Mer leisure park in Cherbourg, Ludiver Planetarium or the Watersports Festival in Grandchamp Maisy for the sand castle building contest. In short, there is more than enough to do in Lower Normandy, whether it's sports, history, culture or wholesome family fun you're after. And it all begins with one of Bungalow.Net's pet-friendly holiday homes in Lower Normandy!
Relive history with Bungalow.Net's holiday homes in Lower Normandy
Although Lower Normandy is perhaps most famous for the Allied invasion that took place on its beaches in June of 1944, this part of France has a host of historic landmarks that are worth visiting and Bungalow.Net's self-catering holiday homes in Lower Normandy make the perfect base from where you can launch your own invasion of northern France! Walk (during low tide) to the tidal island of Tatihou, once used to quarantine plague victims, now open to 500 visitors a day, or walk, cycle or hike to the windmill of Cotentin or the lighthouse of Gatteville, one of the highest in Europe. Climb aboard the Redoutable nuclear missile-launching submarine which is part of the exhibits of La Cité de la Mer leisure park in Cherbourg, a great venue for families with children. Mont Saint-Michel, an 8th century monastery built on a tidal island, is one of the region's most popular tourist attractions, but you can also tour Claude Monet's gardens in Giverny or Chateau Ducal which was built by William the Conqueror to protect his palace and now houses a fine arts museum as well as the Museum of Normandy. With so much to see and do in this part of France, book one of Bungalow.Net's detached holiday homes in Lower Normandy and let the adventure begin!
Active vacation with Bungalow.Net's holiday homes in Lower Normandy
Bungalow.Net's spacious holiday homes in Lower Normandy are an ideal destination for a cycling holiday or an active vacation golfing, surfing, swimming or fishing. Enjoy boating or sailing off the coast of the Cotentin Peninsula or take a ferry across the channel to England. Back at your holiday home with tennis court, engage in a friendly competition, take a relaxing dip in the pool or sit outside on your terrace and savor one of the local Norman liqueurs like poiré, pommeau or the famous Calvados, the perfect accompaniment to a wonderful self-catering French holiday
. Of course don't forget to visit some of the landmarks this region is famous for like the D-Day landing beaches, the tidal island of Tatihou, Monet's gardens in Giverny and Mont Saint-Michel. From the latter you can pick up the GR22 hiking route which runs through the enchanted Forest of Perseigne or, if you prefer, try the Cider or Cheese Road. Whatever you choose to do, opportunities for an adventure holiday abound with Bungalow.Net's free-standing holiday homes in Lower Normandy!