Holidays with your pet in Normandy

Is it impossible for you to go on vacation leaving your furry friend at home? No worries – pets are welcome at L’Anse du Brick campsite. So don’t hesitate and take your four-legged companion with you. The conditions on the campsite and its natural setting are ideal for sharing active and relaxed holiday moments.

Our 100% pet-friendly services

We accept two dogs or cats per pitch, up to one per accommodation. In each rental home category we offer “pet-free” accommodations that offer real comfort to campers suffering from allergies.
However, we ask you not to leave your animal alone in your accommodation or on your pitch.

Your four-legged friends are also welcome in our two restaurants (inside and on the terrace).

Our reception team can help you make an appointment with a nearby veterinarian, if necessary.

The Cotentin peninsula is waiting for you with an ideal climate for a dynamic pet holiday

Your doggie has direct access to the beach of Anse du Brick from the campsite. The Fermanville township administration requests that you keep your companion on a leash for safety reasons. Many other beaches are nearby and and like the Anse du Brick beach accessible to dogs, even in high season. Please contact our reception team for more information.

Walking and romping around in the Maupertus forest, which is accessible directly from the campsite, are holiday highlights that your animal will fondly remember. A small stream that flows down in cascades is a great invitation for water games.

The coastal hiking trail GR 223, passing at the campsite, gives you the opportunity to explore the beautiful coast of Northern Cotentin with your four-legged friend.

Some tips for a relaxing vacation

Change of location, an unfamiliar climate and a different daily routine require some adjustments for you and your pet. Some tips for a stress-free vacation.

Balade en forêt

Your pet has its habits. It is therefore important not to change everything during the holidays, especially the first few days. Keep the usual walking and eating hours. Do not change his diet. If you have to, start gradually at least one week before your departure.

Chien qui joue au bord de l'eau

Take his favorite things with you: bed, blanket, bowl and above all his toys. Did you know ? Chewing helps to reduce stress. Prefer toys made from natural rubber, buffalo skin, etc. Your pet will be happy to have them around when he needs them.

Accueil chien en camping car

On vacation there is a lot of time for activities and day-trips. However, don’t overdo it, especially if your pet usually has a calmer routine. Gradually increase activities and undertakings and ensure enough time for rest and sleep. A dog typically needs at least 12 to 14 hours of daily sleep.