Le Fanal is one kilometre from the centre of a town famous for its dairy products, including caramel and fudge. There are 204 pitches, of which 93 are for touring. They are all on level grass with electricity (16A) and alongside a large, unfenced lake. The smaller pitches (longer leads may be necessary) are among trees, the majority in an open landscaped area divided by hedging and plants. The whole of the campsite is arranged along one side of the lake, and this becomes the focal point in high season when there are pedaloes and a sailing school for youngsters. In a separate area are mobile homes to rent.
Isigny is close to the D-Day beaches of Utah and Omaha and was itself liberated by the American forces three days after the Landings. Not far away are Mont Saint Michel and Bayeux, and all around are the farms producing cider and Calvados (apple brandy).