Les Haras de Deauville - a 4 star campsite in Normandy
The Clicochic Les Haras de Deauville campsite is just a stone's throw from Deauville, the most famous of Normandy’s seaside resorts. Rated 4 star this establishment on a human scale offers its holidaymakers the chance to stay in quality accommodation, and make the most of the varied leisure equipment. The entirety is near the beaches of the Côte Fleurie (coast in the eastern part of Calvados - Lower Normandy).
A campsite with a human dimension at the gateway to Deauville
Located in Touques within the suburbs of Deauville this high-end outdoor establishment, on the Côte Fleurie coast, is a perfect holiday resort to discover the Normandy coast and visit the delightful Pays d'Auge (straddling the Calvados and Orme departments). At the gateway to the leading Calvados beaches, this establishment with a human dimension, established in a lush setting has a lovely range of accommodation, from the traditional mobile home to the holiday home with all mod cons.
In this 4-star campsite in Deauville, you’ll have the choice between various types of accommodation, able to accommodate 2 to 11 holidaymakers. Amongst the Premium accommodation, the Raoul range, both modern and ultra-comfortable, comes in mobile homes, with two or three bedrooms, including one with a king-size bed, 2 bathrooms, air conditioning, TV, dishwasher and Wi Fi. These models adapt equally well to a holiday as a family or with friends.
The large capacity accommodation also enjoys lovely facilities, and enables 8 to 10 persons to meet for a holiday. The Super Family mobile home, with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, has the advantage of having a terrace with a detachable canvas cover for bad weather days. The Tribu mobile home has 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a terrace with plancha. Lastly the Maison (holiday home), with its Norman-villa style, 4 bedrooms, lovely terrace with swimming pool, barbecue and large car parking area, has all the modern conveniences you dream of when on holiday. Perfect for a stay in large groups, it enables the accommodation of up to 11 persons!
Swimming, sports and exploring on the programme for the holiday in Calvados
On-site, a spacious water park, with outdoor swimming pool, multi-slides and heated indoor swimming pool, will allow you to relax in the sunshine and cool down. A paddling pool and water slide complete the complex, offering a safe slide and swimming area for the very young. For those who prefer sea swimming and water sports, don’t deny yourself the pleasure, as the leading beaches are only three kilometres away.
On-site, other facilities particularly enable you to play basketball, ping pong or pétanque, and bouncy castles and a games room are available for the young. In the high season, a children’s club will keep your kids occupied in the daytime thanks to a wide range of activities. Sport is also on offer for adults throughout the entire day, as are convivial evenings open to everyone, such as cabaret shows, concerts or foam parties. Near the campsite, other activities are on offer to you, such as horse riding, tennis or even canoeing.
To make your stay more delightful, various services are on hand, such as a launderette with washing machines and tumble dryers, and the possibility of hiring bedding and towels, a baby kit (high chair, cot and bathtub) or barbecue. Lastly, for those who don’t wish to cook, a bar and restaurant on-site, enable you to have apéritifs and well-deserved gourmet interludes.
Between the Côte Fleurie and Pays d'Auge
By staying on the Les Haras de Deauville campsite, you’re in the heart of the Côte Fleurie, the chance to make the most of an overview of Normandy attractions. Go and visit some iconic coastal resorts, starting with Deauville and Trouville, both neighbours. Don’t delay in going for a walk in Deauville, contemplating the Belle Epoque villas, including the superb Villa Strassburger. Go for a walk on the boardwalk (‘les planches’), by the beach and see the best known parasols in the world and the Art Deco beach huts, bearing the names of famous actors. They have nowadays gained ‘Monument Historique’ status, recognizing their historic and architectural significance. Next go over the Pont des Belges bridge, and you’ll be in Trouville, a fishing town with a more relaxed atmosphere. Have a walk round its fishing port, fabulous fish market and don’t miss a visit to the Villa Montebello museum, to discover the region’s seaside art and history.
Around 15 kilometres further north, another must-see gem is on offer to you: Honfleur. Here there are picturesque alleyways, narrow houses, small shops and the Vieux-Bassin (Old Dock) lined with restaurants. Hence the town, which became a ‘town of painters’ and Impressionism, has preserved both an authenticity and charm which makes it irresistible. Don’t delay in strolling through the alleyways, visiting the art galleries and, if you’re travelling with children, take them to Naturospace, a glasshouse with tropical butterflies and birds, which will put stars in their eyes...
Lastly, if you wish to get to know the heart of Normandy, go off and travel the countryside of the Pays d'Auge area, exploring its loveliest villages, such as Beuvron or Beaumont en Auge and make the most of the chance to enjoy farm cider and local Calvados. Visit the remarkable gardens (with the label ‘Jardin Remarquable’ highlighting botanical and general significance) and country houses, in which the region abounds, such as the magnificent Boutemon or Mézidon-Canon chateaux.