Itineraries suggested to the landing beaches

One day tour is just fine to discover the landing beaches and to give you a general picture of this great military operation.

People coming to Normandy to visit the landing sites are usually amazed at learning that the distances to be covered are long.
The front assault, where the D-Day operations took place, is more than 50 miles in width.
Two days are necessary to cover the whole coast and stay a reasonable time on the worthy sites.

If you spend more than one day in the area and want a guide for one day only, we would recommend that you visit museums another day, on your own.

Below, are suggestions of itineraries only ; the programme is not set : we are very flexible and can suit your personal wishes to build up like an “à la carte” itinerary.
Depending on your interest and time, it is possible to combine sites from both itineraries, or/and include the visit of museums, or/and sites that are not related to WWII.

Tour A : Full-day tour focused on the American sector
- American cemetery
- Omaha Beach
- Pointe du Hoc
- Sainte-Mère-Eglise and areas planted of hedgerows
- Utah Beach
- 2 gun batteries inland from Utah Beach
- German cemetery
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Tour B : This alternative full-day tour itinerary can be more appropriate according to the starting point of the tour.
It combines sites on the American sector (in majority) and others on the British one.
- American cemetery
- Omaha Beach
- Pointe du Hoc
- German cemetery
- Arromanches artificial harbour
- Gun battery at Longues
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Tour C : Full-day tour focused on the British/Canadian sectors
- Arromanches artificial harbour,
- Gun battery at Longues
- Pegasus Bridge
- Merville gun battery
- Gold, Juno, Sword Beaches
- Hillman site
- Radar-station
- Commonwealth cemetery
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Tour D : Full-day tour focused on the Canadian sector only.

- An itinerary can be suggested on request.
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