Aires in Normandy/St Malo

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  1. weekenders

    weekenders Funster Life Member

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    Has anyone got any recommendations for Aires in the Normandy area, D Day landing's beach, Pegasus bridge, also St Malo area, must take RV's, so looking for large aires, nice oldy worldy town's would be nice.
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  2. Coolbeanz

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    I can't recommend an Aire but can recommend this brilliant app which lists hundreds of aires and is my favourite motorhome app. It was about £2.90 to get the full listings and worth every penny! It's called all motorhome parkings, campercontact. Hope it helps :BigGrin:
     
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    "All the Aires" book is just what you need. It shows pictures of the aires and whether a large RV will fit, etc.

    We came back up from Brittany yesterday through Normandy, there are quite a few aires by where you want to be, although we only stopped in one. It was at Hérouvillette, a small village with big enough bays for an 8m+ vehicle, and free!
    Not far from the Pegasus museum and the landing beaches, but there are plenty more in the book.

    Allan
     
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