2016 Tour de France
Our Yelloh ! Village Les Vikings, in the Manche department in Saint Jean de la rivière, welcomes you for the 2nd stage of the Tour de France 2016 on July 03rd which will start from Saint- Lô to Cherbourg via Saint Jean De La Riviere.
You love cycling ? For to be as close to the steps that take place in the English Channel , think to booking your location or rental in our Yelloh! Village les Vikings !
Yelloh! Village Les Vikings camping holidays
Opposite the Channel Islands and close to the beaches used for the Normandy landings, the camping Yelloh! Village Les Vikings will provide you with an invigorating holiday just 500 metres from the sea and a fine sand beach.
The perfect place for nature- and sports-packed holidays, the campsite is located at Barneville-Carteret on the Cotentin Peninsula, close to Cherbourg and ferry terminals.
Come and enjoy our 900m² aquatic area with outdoor swimming pool, 3 water slides and a swimming pool that is covered and heated throughout the campsite opening season.
Qualified and authorised organisers will be there to look after your children and provide fun activities for them, according to their age group.
You'll love our mini farm with its small animals such as pigs, hens, cockerels and rabbits. Leisure activities, peace and conviviality for the whole family.
Your activities on the premises
Swimming enthusiasts are spoilt for choice: 280 m² of heated, partly-covered swimming pool in a 900-m² water complex, with pool, balneotherapy, and water slides await you!
For the more sports-oriented, our multi-sports ground enables us to organise numerous tournaments (basketball, handball, football, volleyball), and the petanque pitch is available to those who like a quiet holiday.
Your nearby activities
Come and explore Normandy, on foot, on horseback, bike, or yacht, or why not on a green...
Everyone can do their own thing! 500 m to the pretty beaches of Barneville-Carteret for hours of fun with the fishing, water sports, and swimming, not to mention kite flying.
Something for everyone to explore: the Mont St Michel and its magnificent silhouette, the D-Day beaches and the Cité de la Mer at Cherbourg! Gourmets will love the biscuit and cider producers.
For people who enjoy seafood, a stop off at one of the harbours in the region is an opportunity to pick up all sorts of fresh shellfish and fish, which you'll be able to enjoy eating with your friends or family in the evening.
Foodwise, you have a Vival grocery store, a buffet restaurant where you can eat as much as you like, a snack bar and takeaway food. And all the facilities you need, from washing machines and baby pack to barbecue and library.
Optional extras: hire of bikes.