Normandy is an irresistible destination for discovering everything that’s great about France without having to venture too far from home!
Normandy’s fascinating history ranges from the era of William the Conqueror right through to the famous D-Day landings of World War II. It’s also an area rich in natural beauty boasting spectacular cliffs, long stretches of golden beaches, lush green rolling countryside. With so much to discover, Siblu's charming holiday park, Domaine de Litteau, situated on the edge of the magical Cerisy forest, is a great base for exploring this stunning part of the world.
|There are so many day trip options when you stay at Domaine de Litteau. Stroll along the the beaches that were so instrumental in the D-day landings (still littered with remains of the iconic floating harbour), wander the picture-perfect streets of Honfleur town, let medieval history come alive at Bayeux Cathedral or catch an unforgettable glimpse of the infamous Mont Saint Michel rising from the sea. Oh, and don’t forget that Normandy is also famous for its food and drink; no trip would be complete without sampling the local cider and cheeses… Bon appétit!|
Why choose Normandy?
Travelling to Normandy from Ireland
Getting the ferry from Ireland is a particularly popular option for visitors to our park in Normandy. Cherbourg ferry port is easily accessible from Ireland thanks to crossings with Irish Ferries (from Dublin) and Stena Line (from Rosslare) and it's a mere 1 hr 10 minutes drive away from Domaine de Litteau.
Irish Ferries Irish Ferries have a number of crossings throughout the summer, running every other day of the week Route: Dublin-Cherbourg
Stena Line Stena Line run crossings 3 times a week Route: Rosslare-Cherbourg
Brittany Ferries Our partnership with Brittany ferries gives you a 5% discount on your ferry crossing! Routes: Rosslare-Roscoff Departs: Monday evenings. Returns: Tuesday evenings Cork-Roscoff Departures: Saturday nights
*Make sure to check the ferry providers' websites for the most up-to-date information about crossings