Located in Réville on the Pointe de Saire, 10 minutes by car or 20 minutes by bike from Normandy seaside campsite, the Jonville beach stretches for about 8 km. It is the only beach of La Manche exposed to the South. It is a  sublime fine sand beach.

It offers in addition a remarkable view on the island of Tatihou. From this former blockhouse of World War II, in this beach restaurant Le Goéland 1951, enjoy the view on the bay of Saint Vaast. This magical place is also recognizable thanks to its green lighthouse. The lighthouse at Pointe de Saire, a witness to the defense of the Cotentin coast is listed by  historical monuments.

The Jonville beach is a delight for families and holiday-maker of the campsite in search of relaxation and idleness, fishermen on foot, but also sportsmen who practice windsurfing and kitesurfing.

Did you know ?

In 1962, we discovered the remains of a necropolis on the beach whose pottery attributed to the Vikings is on display at the Normandy Museum in Caen!

Précédent : Visit of Barfleur | Suivant : L’île Tatihou