Welcome to Patrick Coudurier & Patrice Roche
See the world differently on the stunning Alabaster Coast.
Discover the Norman port of Fécamp and its rich cultural heritage. The campsite, with its breathtaking sea views, makes a great place to get away from it all, while the port and its fishing trawlers, the cliff-top paths of the Alabaster Coast and the famous cliffs at Etretat provide all the makings of an unforgettable holiday.
90% of pitches have sea views
Close to the beach and all conveniences.
Beach (direct access)
Free WiFi dedicated zone
Pets allowed on camping pitches
Fresh bread delivered daily
Motorhome service point
Pets allowed in rental accommodation
The Benedictine liqueur factory
The Musée des Terre-Neuvas et de la Pêche museum of cod fishing
The cultural and natural heritage of the Vaucottes valley, the wildlife of the Bois des Loges and Senneville sur Fécamp with its sheer cliffs. And don’t forget the little fishing village of Yport and the beautiful Ganzeville valley, both sites listed and protected.
Try the GR21 long-distance footpath from Dieppe to Étretat via Yport, a coastal path which follows the high cliff tops of the Alabaster Coast before turning inland.
Head north up to Dieppe with a stop in the lovely village of Veules-les-Roses where you can admire the clear, trout-filled waters of the river Veules, picturesque water mills and thatched cottages.
Set on the magnificent Normandy coast, Le Reneville offers the chance of both lake and sea fishing whenever the fancy takes you.
Patrick and Patrice guarantee a warm welcome here on the Normandy coast, where their campsite enjoys some truly breath-taking views. It’s also ideally placed for a spot of fishing in the nearby lakes or on the high seas. And for those keen to learn the art, to celebrate France’s annual Fête de la Pêche fishing week, the campsite organises a special sea fishing trip for beginners complete with all the necessary equipment, or two hours of lake fishing.