Le Domaine de Marcilly Campsite

The French campsite Le Domaine de Marcilly is set on a large area of around 15 hectares yet is only suitable for caravans, motorhomes and RVs, but on the border of Ile de France located in the Normandy region it is an ideal place to stay and explore the area, with Paris being only an hour away.
Le Domaine de Marcilly swimming pool
The touring pitches are available from April to September, however you can rent a mobile home all year round.  But during the season when this campsite in France is open for touring vans, there is an outdoor heated swimming pool with terrace, tennis courts and a club house.

Overlooking the Eure Valley in a peaceful setting, there are numerous leisure activities to enjoy in the local area such as fishing, walking and cycling, whilst on your family camping holiday in France, but if you feel like venturing further a field there are also many famous places to visit from the Normandy beaches to museums and chateaux, not forgetting theme parks and much more.

Campsite Facilities and Information

Usual Opening Times: From 1st April through to 30th September

Rates: Based on two people with a car and caravan.
From €18.50 plus extras such as additional people, electric, pets, etc.
Mobile Homes to rent
Caravan Pitches
Motorhome Pitches
Electric at 10amp
Water points
Waste disposal point
Motorhome service area
Pets Allowed
WiFi - fee payable
Le Domaine de Marcilly gym
Le Domaine de Marcilly playground

Campsite Activities, Sports and Recreation

Outdoor heated swimming pool - open from June to September
Tennis courts
Outdoor gym (body boomers)
Table tennis
Games room with billiards etc
Multi-sports court for basketball etc
Boules court
Picnic areas with picnic tables
Club house
Le Domaine de Marcilly mobile home

Local Attractions and Activities

Horse riding
Walking and Hiking
Cycling and Mountain biking
Canoeing and Kayaking
Golf course
Castles and chateaux
Water sports centre
Farm visits
Local produce such as pates
Historical sites
Paris - only one hour away
Theme parks

Tourist information on Haute Normandie Region