Welcome to North West France

 

A family holiday on France’s North West coastline is like a real breath of fresh air (without even having to travel too far from home!). Fabulous coastline, beautiful countryside, fascinating history and culture… there’s so much to explore and enjoy when you holiday at one of our parks in Normandy or Brittany. Check out Domaine de Litteau on the edge of the Cerisy forest in Normandy, Domaine de Kerlann and Le Conguel for a beachside Brittany experience, and Les Pierres Couchées just south of Brittany in the lovely area of Loire Atlantique for a great seaside getaway.

 

Our Parks in Northern France

Situated just a few kilometres from stunning sandy beaches, Siblu’s Domaine de Kerlann is the perfect holiday park for soaking in the beauty of southern Brittany. On-park, family members of all ages will love the giant splash zone, indoor and outdoor pools, kids' clubs and evening entertainment.

pool with retractable roof
Indoor and outdoor heated pools
pet friendly accommodation
Pets allowed in some accommodation
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5km from the beach
Quiberon

Located only 10 metres from the beach on Brittany’s Quiberon peninsula, Siblu’s Le Conguel is the perfect park for a stunning seaside getaway. Indoor and outdoor pool complexes, waterslides, free kids’ clubs and evening entertainment promise hours of fun on-site at Le Conguel. Off-park, Brittany has something for everyone: water sports, historical wonders and local culinary delicacies...

near beach
Beach 10m away
slides
Pool complex with slides
tents and caravans allowed
Touring pitches available
Litteau, Calvados

Situated on the edge of the Cerisy Forest in Normandy, Siblu’s Domaine de Litteau is the ideal place for a countryside retreat in a stunning natural setting. Perfect for families with children of all ages, this peaceful holiday park boasts a covered pool complex, an outdoor play zone and two on-site fishing lakes.

pool with retractable roof
Covered pool with slide and spa bath
pet friendly accommodation
Pet-friendly accommodation available on request (please give us a ring!)
tents and caravans allowed
Touring pitches available
Loire Atlantique

Looking for a beach holiday where you can more or less hear the waves lapping on the shore from your mobile home's terrace? Situated just a two-minute walk from the beach, Les Pierres Couchées holiday park on the Loire Atlantique coast (just south of Brittany) might be the place for you!

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300-seater entertainment venue
near beach
Beach 300 m away
slides
Waterslides, paddling pools, spa baths

Why Choose North West France?

Drive Yourself

Bring your own car from the UK on the ferry!

Nature

Unspoiled beaches, beautiful islands and peaceful forests 

Culture

Picturesque towns, delicious dishes and traditional festivals

History

From stone age structures to the D-day landings

Explore Other Regions in France

Charente-Maritime is a sunny seaside region of West Coast France where you’ll find three of our most popular Siblu holiday parks: Les Charmettes, Bonne Anse Plage and La Pignade.

Ideally situated with Paris to the North and the sandy beaches of Vendée and the Loire Atlantique to the West, the tranquil Loire Valley is the perfect spot for a relaxing getaway in the French countryside where the country's longest river makes its way through greenery and rolling hills dotted with fairy tale castles.

With 140 km worth of sandy beaches, the largest departmental cycle network in France and amazing water sports opportunities, Vendée is the place to be for anyone who’s after an active outdoor getaway or who’s craving the feel of the sea breeze in their hair. 

With endless sandy beaches, Europe’s largest sand dune, world-renowned wines and 4 brilliant Siblu campsites, it's safe to say that Aquitaine makes an ideal holiday destination. From the chic city of Bordeaux to beautiful Bayonne in the Basque country, there is so much to explore! 

Discover Languedoc! La Carabasse and Les Sables du Midi are perfect for a lively beachside atmosphere; Le Lac des Rêves offers a unique lakeside getaway, and Mar Estang is located between a Mediterranean beach and a nature reserve.

The Côte d’Azur, in the south-eastern corner of France’s Provence region, is a dreamy seaside holiday destination which offers a unique combination of beach resort, stunning natural landscapes and chic urban hotspots.

Named after the Rhone River and the Alps mountains, the Rhone Alps region in southeast France is an area of stunning natural beauty where forests, mountains and rivers meet in a balmy Mediterranean climate. It’s also home to France’s third-largest city, Lyon, famed for its history, architecture, food and wine.

Things To Do in North West France

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History
From the megalithic complex at Carnac in Brittany (the largest collection of standing stones in the world) to the famous beaches of the 1944 Normandy landings, there’s nothing like standing right where it happened to bring the history books to life. Not far from Caen ferry port, the D-day beaches still bear traces of the recent past, with gun batteries, remains of the ‘floating harbour’ and restored German bunkers. Meanwhile the film at the Arromanches 360° cinema draws on archival footage to bring the events of the past to life. A visit to the British war cemetery in Bayeux brings home the human cost of the conflict and provides the opportunity to remember soldiers who gave their lives in both world wars. Bayeaux is also home to the famous Bayeaux tapestry: an amazingly well-preserved embroidered cloth which recounts the conquest of England by William the Conqueror (whose birth place, the Chateau de Falaise, is also open to visitors).
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Nature
The beauty of Brittany’s beaches is well-know: wild coastline, sandy beaches, secret coves. You might also want to check out the Crozon peninsula (ideal for hiking along the stunning Breton coastline); the Gulf of Morbihan (where you can take boat over to one of the picturesque islands) or the salt flats at Guérande (a beautiful medieval village where you can witness the traditional techniques of harvesting salt from the marshes). Normandy’s beaches might be most famous for their history but they are also ideal for swimming, sunbathing and sports. It is also worth exploring the unspoiled countryside along the banks of the River Orne (dubbed the ‘Suisse Normande’ because its rugged green landscape looks a lot like the Swiss Alps). Meanwhile Siblu’s Domaine de Litteau is situated just on the edge of the Cerisy forest nature reserve, a 2,000 hectare beech woodland rich in plants, animals and insect life.
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Culture
The North West regions of France are known throughout the country for a number of incredible culinary specialities. Did you know that Normandy is the home of camembert and cider? Or that Brittany is particularly famous for its crêpes (a drizzle of salted caramel is always a popular choice of topping)? This is also the place to be if you’re a fan of fresh and delicious seafood: you can’t leave Normandy without tasting the famous Coquille St Jacques scallops. To experience more local flavour why not take a day trip to one of the northwest towns and cities: picturesque Honfleur, bustling Nantes, historic Quimper or charming Pont-Aven (just next to Domaine de Kerlann). Brittany is also famous for its Celtic heritage so if you’re lucky your visit might coincide with one of its many summer festivals where you can experience traditional clothing, music and dance.

Travelling to Northern France from the UK

 

Getting the ferry to France from the UK is particularly popular with holidaymakers staying at our parks in Northern France. 

FERRY 

Brittany Ferries operates the following routes (please check their website for more details/updates):

Plymouth-Roscoff

Portsmouth-St Malo, Cherbourg, Caen and Le Havre

Poole-Cherbourg

See our Brittany and Normandy pages for more information on distances from ferry ports to holiday parks.