The Bay of Veys, located in the English Channel in Normandy, is a beautiful place, which attracts thousands of tourists every year in search of peace and relaxation.


The Cotentin is a breathtaking coastal region, with jagged cliffs and sandy beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see. The Bay of Veys is one of the jewels of this region, offering a panoramic view of the sea and the dunes, and home to picturesque villages and charming fishing ports.


What makes the Bay of Veys so special is not only its natural beauty, but also its peaceful and quiet atmosphere. The cobbled streets, stone houses, flower gardens and small fishing ports create a warm and welcoming atmosphere that makes visitors feel at home.

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The bay of Veys, it is also a natural reserve close to the campsite…

The National Nature Reserve of the Domaine de Beauguillot | Parc des Marais du Cotentin

For nature lovers, the Bay of Veys is a real paradise. Hiking trails wind through dunes, salt marshes and moors, offering spectacular views of the sea and mountains. Migratory birds, seals and wild horses can often be seen in their natural habitat, adding an even more wild and romantic touch to the experience.


Food lovers, you’ve come to the right place!

For food lovers, the Bay of Veys offers a variety of restaurants serving traditional local dishes, such as freshly caught seafood and dishes made from local products, such as cider and calvados. The local markets also offer a selection of fresh produce, such as cheeses, fruits and vegetables, as well as handicrafts, such as jewelry and pottery.

    Where to go out next to the Grand Vey campsite?

    In addition to its many assets, the Bay of Veys also offers a variety of activities for visitors, including scuba diving, sailing, fishing, horseback riding and biking. Nautical centers offer sea excursions to explore the wild coasts, islands and natural reserves of the region.

    So when are you going to book your extended weekend in May?

    Finally, the Bay of Veys is also a gathering place for art and history lovers, with museums, art galleries and historical monuments testifying to therich and fascinating history of the region. Visitors can discover the history of fishing and navigation at sea.

    In summary, the Bay of Veys is an ideal destination for lovers of nature, gastronomy, adventure, art and history. With the May long weekends approaching, it’s time to book your getaway to enjoy all that this coastal region has to offer.
    It is important to note that the Bay of Veys is very popular in summer, so it is best to book your stay in advance to avoid disappointment.

    By booking now
    you can enjoy a peaceful and memorable weekend in one of the most beautiful regions of Normandy. So don’t wait any longer, book your weekend in the Bay of Veys now and get ready to live an unforgettable experience!



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    Hike in the Cotentin

    Hike in the Cotentin

    Quite a network of hiking trails in Normandy! There are more than 3,000 km of GR® (long-distance hiking trails), allowing the discovery of all environments. find some tracks to explore the region in an active way. BOCAGE, BEACHES... GASTRONOMY ! Imagine walking along...