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Separate children's pool
Water slides
Evening entertainment
Barbecue allowed
Charcoal
Indoor pool
Football
Sample the best of Normandy at Camping du Golf.
A family-friendly luxury camping site on the Côte des Isles with direct access to the neighbouring golf course and a large sandy beach just 500m away, Camping du Golf is an ideal base from which to explore the region.
Separate children's pool
Water slides
Evening entertainment
Barbecue allowed
Charcoal
Indoor pool
Football
DISTANCE TO BEACH
250 mtr - 1 km
SWIMMINGPOOL
Separate children's pool
Water slides
Sunloungers at pool
Indoor pool
SHOPS
Minimarket
ANIMATION/ENTERTAINMENT
Day animation
Evening entertainment
SPORTS FACILITIES
Bike rental
Jeu de boules
Billiard/pool
Table tennis
Volleyball
Football
Golf course
Horseriding
200 m
GENERAL
Languages spoken
German, English
Number of pitches
Number: 174
Barbecue allowed
Charcoal
Bathing cap not mandatory
CAMPSITE SIZE
0 - 199 pitches
Information
Facilities
DISTANCE TO BEACH
250 mtr - 1 km
SWIMMINGPOOL
Separate children's pool
Water slides
Sunloungers at pool
Indoor pool
SHOPS
Minimarket
ANIMATION/ENTERTAINMENT
Day animation
Evening entertainment
SPORTS FACILITIES
Bike rental
Jeu de boules
Billiard/pool
Table tennis
Volleyball
Football
Golf course
Horseriding
200 m
GENERAL
Languages spoken
German, English
Number of pitches
Number: 174
Barbecue allowed
Charcoal
Bathing cap not mandatory
CAMPSITE SIZE
0 - 199 pitches

Camping du Golf in Normandy

Why come to Camping du Golf?

It’s not all about golf! With fun facilities on-site and numerous cultural and recreational attractions on the Cotentin Peninsula, Camping du Golf is so much more than its name would imply. Booking a LUX-camp mobile home for your camping holiday guarantees a tranquil, comfortable stay and numerous other perks:

  • Reduced admission to the 9-hole Golf de la Côte des Isles golf course
  • Heated pool with retractable roof
  • Beautiful coastline and beaches
  • Barfleur and other idyllic spots for sightseeing

The campsite

The heated pool and kids splash pool with mushroom fountain has a retractable sun roof and poolside sun-loungers. There is also a separate two lane water slide for children. Football, badminton, table tennis, volleyball, basketball and boules are not only great for staying in shape, but also making new friends. The children’s sandy play area has wooden games and an inflatable castle and in high season there are animation programmes for all ages. Bicycles are available for hire, either by the day or week, and are ideal for getting around locally.

Fun and adventure

The Saint Jean de La Rivière beach is a short walk from the campsite and is perfect for a family day at the seaside. The wonderful Marais du Cotentin et du Bessin nature park covers 25,000 hectares and can be explored on foot or horseback.

For horse riding on the beach, the Lypca riding centre is just 400m from the campsite, whilst young children will love the donkey rides at the Autour de l'Âne donkey farm. Nature lovers will not want to miss the Sentier des Douaniers coastal walking tour, one of many fascinating hiking tours available.

Barfleur, Cherbourg and other tasty attractions

Considered to be one of the prettiest villages in France, the unspoilt fishing port of Barfleur is a must. Be sure to try its famous oysters! The dazzling port city of Cherbourg is less than an hour away and is another highly recommended destination. Whilst there, visit the breathtaking La Cité de la Mer maritime museum. In addition to the deepest aquarium in Europe, it even has a French navy submarine to board!

Those with a sweet tooth will love La Maison du Biscuit at Sortosville-en-Beaumont. Traditional hand-made biscuits are produced in this delightful old factory with its own tea room. The Cidrerie le Père Mahieu at Bricquebosq is the place to go to sample Normandy’s famous ciders.

Restaurants and shopping

Dining on site

There is a restaurant with terrace, plus a takeaway and bar.

Shopping

A small grocery caters to all your immediate luxury camping needs and for a flavour of the region, why not take the scenic coastal railway from Carteret to Portbail to shop at the local markets?