Chateau de Galinee

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Camping Château de Galinée

  • Swimming paradise (indoor, outdoor), heated
  • Large water slides and children's pool
  • Sports and playgrounds, mini golf, fishing, petanque
  • Restaurant, shop, luxury accommodation
  • Saint-Malo, Mont St. Michel, Channel Islands and landing beaches

Versatile family and camping holidays with 5 stars between Normandy and Brittany

The Château de Galinée camping park offers plenty of greenery, comfort and family fun on 30 hectares around the castle. Young and old alike can enjoy the heated Parc Aquatique with its indoor and outdoor pools and large water slides almost every day. Those who like to chill on the beach, swim, windsurf or sail can reach the sandy beach in the bay of Saint Cast le Guildo in a few minutes by car or bicycle. The sea water often shimmers in brilliant turquoise. That's why the stretch of coast between Cancale and Cap Fréhel is also called Côte d'Émeraude, Emerald Coast.

Active recreation on land, on and in the water on holiday at Camping Château de Galinée

At the Château de Galinée campsite, you can play a variety of ball sports, play boules or try your luck at fishing. If you prefer to "fish" in the sea with a bucket instead of a fishing rod, barefoot or with rubber boots: during pêche à pied, waders collect shrimps or mussels near the shore. Ask on the spot and try it out!

Discover the highlights of northern Brittany and Normandy

Holidaymakers can follow in the footsteps of the 1944 Allied invasion on Omaha Beach, visiting memorials and museums. The world-famous monastery mountain Mont Saint Michel rises high above the mud flats. Excursions take you to Dinan, for example, or to the fortified town of Saint-Malo with its marine aquarium and the town museum in the castle. Boat trips to the Anglo-Norman Channel Islands of Sark (Sercq), Guernsey or Jersey are also possible.

Or you can combine a shopping day with a beach day in Dinard

The sophisticated seaside resort with four beaches and countless Belle Époque villas is rightly called the "Nice of the North". Hikers discover the once important canal castle la Latte perched on rocks or the lighthouse at Cap Fréhel. From the towering cliffs you can enjoy a sweeping view over the wide foothills of the English Channel.

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