Alan Rogers Review
This good quality site, first opened in 1997 next to the municipal sports stadium, has a floral entrance and tarmac roads. There are 100 individual hedged pitches available for touring units. There are around 40 concrete hardstandings (awnings can be a problem) and the remainder are on grass: 75 are fully serviced with water, drainage and electric hook-ups (10A). Some shade is provided by specimen trees. Cany-Barville is a bustling small town with a traditional Normandy market on Monday mornings.
There is a Château and an Eco-museum (1/4-30/10), and the Durdent valley has numerous other châteaux, mills and churches.
The modern, centrally located, sanitary unit can be heated and has British style toilets, controllable showers and washbasins in cubicles. Laundry facilities. Copious hot water. Separate suites for disabled visitors. Drive-over motorcaravan service point. Boules. Games room. Play area.
- Accommodation to Rent
- Bar Nearby
- Childrens Play Area
- Seaside Beach Nearby
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Sailing Nearby
- Shop Nearby
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
Cany-Barville is 20 km. east of Fécamp on D925 to Dieppe. From traffic lights on east of town turn south on D268 towards Yvetot. Go under railway. Site is 600 m. from town on right, after stadium.
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Latitude Longitude 49.7831 0.6424
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