In the surroundings

Open from April 5th to September 29th, 2024

73 pitches

Rue du Pont de la Barre
14710 Trévières

+33 (0)7 45 28 79 34

What can you do during your stay at Camping Sous les Pommiers?

In the heart of Calvados in Normandy, discover the nearby historic sites and landscapes shaped by the English Channel. For short or long stays, you’ll have the chance to share in the riches of a superb preserved heritage while enjoying gourmet cuisine. All in the midst of a real countryside break…

Village of Trévières

This small village, marked by the fighting during the Liberation, is home to a heritage typical of the Normandy region. Just a short walk from the campsite, you’ll find all the amenities you need. Numerous shops and restaurants offer tasty local dishes. As you stroll along, you’ll also spot some charming little houses, symbolic of Norman architecture. Accessible on foot or by bike, there’s no need to go far… On Friday mornings, take a stroll around the imposing market hall.

Omaha Beach

A place steeped in history, as evidenced by the imposing “Les Braves” monument at the entrance to the beach, Omaha Beach is just 8 km from the campsite. Between the steep cliffs of the Bessin, the beach linking Vierville to Colleville can be seen. One of the most famous beaches of the American landings on 6 June 1944, it is now a place of commemoration. For those interested in history, the Memorial Museum located upstream from the beach retraces this part of history.

On the seafront, this beach stretches over no less than 6km of golden sand, where you can enjoy water sports, fishing, sand yachting, kite flying, swimming and just lazing around. In the heart of the dunes, enjoy a breath of fresh air with a breathtaking view of the cliffs on the horizon.




The village through which Omaha beach stretches is today a symbol of remembrance, bearing the remains of the Second World War. For a family outing on the theme of history, visit the Overlord Museum, home to no fewer than 10,000 historical exhibits, including vehicles, tanks and cannons that will help you visualise the different stages of the landings.
Just next door is the famous American Cemetery, with its perfectly aligned white crosses: today it is a place of remembrance for the soldiers who fell at the front during the assault and a memorial to history.

Ferme du Lavoir de Formigny

Just 5 km from the campsite, it’s time to discover the gastronomy of Normandy! Enjoy a gourmet family outing. Open all year round, the Ferme du Lavoir in Formigny-la-Bataille invites you to visit its orchards and sample its products based around the apple, the symbolic fruit of Normandy: calvados, apple juice, cider and much more. Organic and made using traditional methods, all you have to do is savour them!

Le Molay-Littry

In the heart of the Bessin region and just ten kilometres from Bayeux, this small village boasts a rich and ancient historical heritage. First subjected to barbarian and then Norman invasions as early as the 6th century, it was also the target of numerous English attacks during the Hundred Years’ War.
A major pottery-producing area during the medieval era, it was converted to a mining export in the 18th century. Today, you can admire its historical remains and museums (Charbon de Littry), such as the Musée de la Mine, founded in 1902. This museum recreates the mining period and offers fun for all ages. As you stroll along, you’ll notice the many religious monuments that still stand, such as the church of Saint-Clair du Molay.


For a more light-hearted outing in the fresh air, take a stroll around the fishing port of Port-en-Bessin-Huppain.

As Normandy’s leading fishing port, you’ll see trawlers coming and going with the tides. Beneath its sea air, this typical little village is packed with old-fashioned skills (such as ship repair). A picture-postcard landscape, you can also enjoy a guided tour, with anecdotes and historical information.

Pointe du Hoc heritage site

On the high cliffs of Normandy, this site, now a cultural heritage site in Calvados, was once the target of a merciless attack. It was the stronghold of German fortifications during the Second World War, and you can wander through the alleys and imagine what a real artillery battle was like, with bunkers and craters still visible to this day. The visit is free of charge. You’ll also enjoy the panoramic view over the Channel and its cliffs as far as the eye can see.

City of Bayeux

Just a 20-minute drive from the campsite, discover the famous medieval town of Bayeux. This authentic area not far from the sea invites you to wander through its narrow cobbled streets, around which typical little houses and the immense Bayeux Cathedral will catch your eye. You won’t want to miss the Bayeux Museum, home to the famous Bayeux tapestry. Embroidered in wool over a length of 70m, it recounts the epic story of William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy, who became King of England in 1066, following the Battle of Hastings. This unique monument is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A visit that will appeal to all ages! Hungry for something to eat? There are plenty of restaurants where you can sample the local cuisine.

Caramels d’Isigny

Normandy, otherwise known for its world-famous dairy cooperative, also produces… caramels! In Isigny-sur-Mer, a charming Calvados village just 20 minutes from the campsite, you can discover the secrets behind the making of these delicious caramels and the local specialities in a beautiful scenography. For those with a sweet tooth: a tasting session is also planned!

Jurques Zoo

For a break from museums and history, take a family outing in the fresh air to Jurques Zoo. Located just fifty minutes’ drive from the campsite and 20 minutes from Caen: plan to spend the day there. This superb zoo is home to no fewer than 700 animals, including many unusual species. Fun activities and entertainment will also be on offer for the youngest visitors. Young and old alike will share some wonderful memories!

Festyland Park

Located in Carpiquet, near Caen, this theme park is the largest in Normandy. Enjoy a moment of relaxation with your family and travel through the different worlds offered by the park. With rides, miniature trains, slides and medieval decors, you’re sure to have a great day of fun, especially for the little ones.

Were are we heading
to next?

And why not continue your itinerary along the coast bordering the English Channel… and stop off at Les Deux Rives campsite, in Lannion? As its name suggests, this authentic campsite is on the banks of the River Léguer and offers spacious pitches for nature lovers or comfortable accommodation. Just a quarter of an hour from Lannion town centre and twenty minutes from the beaches. If you’re a tourist who loves the sea air, this is the place for you!

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