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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-09-2013, 22:29 Thread Starter
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Searching for a campsite

Hi folks

looking for a nice camp site near the beach and a town with reasonably restaurants on the Cherbourg peninsular for the week after next,

suggestions welcome.

Thanking you in advance

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Not quite but close

is Camping Le Cormaren Kawan resort at St Mere Eglise right on the beach

Nice site stayed there this D Day and booked to go back for the 70th next year
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Camping Vieux Fort in Port Bail
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Try Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue, Camping la Gallouette. Nice friendly site and within walking distance of town with beaches, markets and marina.

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Reasonably well located to go visiting many of the WW11 beaches and museums.
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While we are about it................................

If you are on the west coast of the Cherbourg Peninsular my favourite restaurant is Le Semaphore near that Nuclear power station at Flamonville.

http://www.cotentin-tourisme.com/esp...semaphore.html

You can see Jersey, Guernsey and Sark on a clear day from the restaurant.

Just the other side of Flamonville going north is the small fishing port of Dielette. There is a good value restaurant on the port with all you can eat Muoles et Frites at 11.50.
You often see vans parked overnight in the port as well as the air just beside.

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