" A wonderful way to experience the battlefields..."
" A wonderful way to experience the battlefields..."

Normandy D-Day Landing Beaches Tour

- 2 Day Private Tour -

All our tours are exclusively Private and/or Personalised Tours

 

Day One: Caen, Pegasus Bridge, Sword Beach, Omaha Beach...

Pick-up early morning at your hotel (*)

We start this tour by visitng the Caen Memorial Museum which stands just above the command bunker of General Wilhelm Richter. Then we will drive to Pegasus Bridge on the canal de Caen leading to Ouistreham where the British troops landed on Sword Beach. Driving on the scenic coastal road many bunkers can be seen, we will reach Omaha Beach and the American Cemetery at Colleville.  We stay overnight at Bayeux or nearby.

Day Two: Pointe du Hoc, Sainte-Mère-Église, Utah Beach...

Pick-up at your hotel in Bayeux (or nearby)

We will pass Arromanches and the remains of the Mulberry Harbour on the way to la Pointe du Hoc stromed by the rangers in a daring assault on D-Day. Driving to Sainte-Mère-Église you will be able to see  the famous "bocage" where the paratroopers of the 82nd and 101st Airborne  landed on that night. There is an excellent museum in the town, and from where we will head to Utah beach.

The Tour details:

This 2 Day Private Tour is usually combined with our WW1 tours, for this reason the starting point depends on the itinerary on the previous day. (*)

The tour includes:

  • Full transport to the battlefields 
  • Travel in a top range new Mercedes minivan
  • Personal Guide / Driver (certified Battlefield Guide)
  • Access to all the sites and museums fees
  • Documents and historical research on demand
  • Tailor-made tour at your convenience
  • All Guide expenses (accommodation and meals)

Not included:

  • Meals and drinks
  • Accommodation 

How to book this tour ?

Contact us with your possible tour dates, the sites you are interested in and how many people will be travelling. We will reply as quickly as possible with a proposal and a price.

Interested in touring other areas ?

Ardennes, 1944-45

Verdun 1916

Saint-Mihiel 1918

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