5 compelling reasons to choose a seaside getaway at campsite Saint-Vaast
1. Proximity to sea, the port and shops
Discover an ideal coastal escape at campsite La Gallouette in Saint Vaast, located a mere 200m from the sea, port and shops. The town centre and harbor just 300m away, offer a perfect blend of convenience and charm. St Vaast’s port, renowned for its fusion of yatching and professional fishing, stands as one of the most beautiful ports in the department. The lively boat landings make for a popular stroll, satisfying the curiosity of visitors. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the Saturday morning market in the port and the adjacent shopping street. Additionally, two delightful family beaches, only 400m from the campsite cater to children and those seeking relaxation. Hougue beach, near Fort de la Hougue and the Vauban Tower and the small beach at the harbor’s exit on the road to Réville are charming spots. For an extended coastal experience, explore Jonville beach, situated 4 km from the campsite providing a breathtaking view of Ile Tatihou.
2. Campsite with heated pool
Indulge in aquatic delights at the 4-star campsite in Saint Vaast la Hougue, Normandy. Enjoy the sea nearby or the campsite’s exclusive aquatic area, featuring a spacious 130 m² outdoor heated pool and a paddling pool. A dedicated relaxation zone with a solarium and sunbathing area caters to the entire family. The outdoor heated pool operates daily from 15/05 to 15/09.
During the high season, the campsite’s pool hosts engaging activities like aquatic gym in music with a professional trainer.
3. Eco-friendly camping
Escape to a rejuvenating vacation in France at our intimate family-oriented campsite, seamlessly integrated into a unique and preserved natural setting facing the sea in Saint Vaast la Hougue, Cotentin, Normandy, France.
Every detail has been meticulously designed to ensure a delightful open-air holidays close to nature. Our campsite adorned with trees and flowers harmoniously blends into the local landscape, opposite the UNESCO World Heritage site, Tour de la Hougue.
Our dedicated team works daily to maintain environmental standards, engaging in waste recycling and reducing energy consumption.
Embrace eco-responsible practices, and explore local Normandy products at the campsite’s grocery shop, thanks to partnerships with nearby Normandy producers following the Normandy short circuit.
Experience an ecological commitment for eco-responsible seaside holidays!
4. Campsite by the sea
Discover the perfect Normandy campsite for your seaside holiday! Situated just 100 meters from the enchanting English Channel, La Gallouette campsite offers an authentic maritime experience.
Indulge in a variety of nautical activities, from fishing to beach relaxation, coastal walks, and invigorating sea strolls – catering to every family member throughout the entire tourist season! Immerse yourself in a unique Cotentin region experience by boarding the Tatihou II, your gateway to the natural treasure of Tatihou Island, where the ebb and flow of tides guide your journey.
But that’s not all! Enhance your stay at our campsite by renting accommodation with breathtaking views of the Vauban tower and the Hougue peninsula, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Book now for an unforgettable coastal retreat at La Gallouette – your gateway to seaside bliss and cultural heritage!
5. Your campsite on the GR223 route
Embark on picturesque walks along the coastline at La Gallouette campsite situated on the Grande Randonnée path n°223, in the Cul de Loup cove, where the Hougue tower stands tall. This UNESCO heritage site is part of the Cotentin Bay in the Manche department, celebrated for its natural landscapes. The campsite serves as an ideal starting point for captivating walks or bike rides along the route de la Hougue, the shores of Morsalines and the port of Saint Vaast. Immerse yourself in the richness of the marine environment, showcasing diverse maritime fauna and flora, herbs, islets, rocks, gravel beaches, channels…
The GR223, also known as the Sentier des Douaniers, encircles the Channel from Mont Saint Michel to the Baie des Veys, Carentan.