The Côte Fleurie will delight young and old alike!
During your stay at Camping Bellevue in Villers sur mer between Deauville and Cabourg, enjoy the sun along our beautiful Normandy coast.
Located in the heart of this exceptional area, our campsite with swimming pool in Villers sur Mer is the ideal starting point to discover the Normandy coast. The Côte Fleurie appeals to everyone, thanks to its water sports and outdoor activities: sand yachts, horseback riding on the sandy beaches, tasting freshly caught seafood.
Our campsite in Villers-sur-Mer is located in the heart of this typical Normandy landscape, from where you can enjoy the charms of our region.
Trouville is located at 10 km from Villers sur mer. It is a city with many assets! Stroll along its long quay lined with stores, discover its fishing port and the authentic fish market.
At the end of the resort, the pleasant promenade des planches will make you discover beautiful villas.
With its emblematic fish market and its century-old casino, it adds cachet to this privileged place. The countless seaside villas and the narrow streets lined with fishermen’s houses will immerse you in the authentic Normandy.
Over the course of its history, Deauville has forged a personality that is unmistakable. It has long been a must for vacationers on the Côte Fleurie.
Since the “Roaring Twenties”, Deauville has been able to seduce the greatest! Coco Chanel opened one of her first boutiques there, Lucien Barrière made his mark with the Hôtel Royal, the Hôtel Normandie and the Casino, Claude Lelouch filmed Un Homme et une Femme there and forever associated Deauville with romance, not to mention the famous “Planches de Deauville” and its racecourse where the greatest races are held
Only 15 minutes from Villers-sur-mer, Deauville offers many activities during your stay in our campsite!
Seaside resort of the Côte fleurie, two hours from Paris, Trouville owes its reputation to the charm of its fishing port, the beauty of its long sandy beach and the richness of its architectural heritage
The emblematic fish market, the century-old casino, the countless seaside villas, the narrow streets lined with fishermen’s houses, as well as a wide range of festive, cultural and sports activities throughout the year, make Trouville a privileged place to live and an ideal destination for family vacations or small romantic getaways.
Between Deauville and Ouistreham, Cabourg is one of the stars of the flowery coast in Normandy!
The festival, the beach, the casino, the racetrack and the mythical Grand Hotel de Cabourg offer you the promise of a romantic getaway.
Enjoy an afternoon at the gaming casino next to the famous Grand Hôtel de Cabourg. From the Marcel Proust promenade, admire the breathtaking view of the Normandy coastline and its typical houses. A trip to the Cabourg racetrack will delight young and old alike, and to leave with comic memories of Normandy!
Only 15 minutes from the Bellevue campground, at the gateway to the Pays d’Auge, Cabourg has kept its old-fashioned charm.
Located 2 hours from Paris by freeway and less than 10 minutes from Caen by expressway. Ouistreham Riva-Bella enjoys an advantageous geographical position.
Its multi-functional port makes it a city not to be missed in Calvados. The daily trade with the United Kingdom is also a real asset for the region.
Houlgate is the counterpart of Villers, on the other side of the Vaches noires.
The resort has admirably preserved its seaside architecture, notably its numerous villas and chalets straight from the “Belle Epoque”. A town full of tranquility, it is a seaside resort with an unparalleled quality of life.
At 7 km from Villers-sur-mer, this historic city has a beautiful old town center. We recommend the 14th-15th century covered market hall, whose magnificent framework houses the Saturday morning market. You will be enchanted by the village of craftsmen “William the Conqueror”, as well as the church Notre-Dame de Dives-sur-Mer, classified as a historical monument since 1988.
Dives-sur-mer is also Port Guillaume, a beautiful marina at the entrance of the estuary.