- 8 hours
- Immerse yourself in the rich history of the region during your full-day tour, hosted by an expert on WWII History
- Explore the key landmarks of Normandy, including sites such as:
- Normandy Landing Beaches, Omaha Beach, Pointe du Hoc, The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, and Mulberry Harbour at Arromanches
- D-Day Beaches (Omaha Beach, Mulberry Harbour at Arromanches)
- Normandy American Cemetery
- Pointe du Hoc
- Private Car Service for the duration of the day
- Expert Historian guide
Where do we meet? Where does it end?
The standard meeting and ending point for this tour is the city of Bayeux.
Your website won't allow me to book more than 7 people for this tour. Can I book for a larger group?
Contact us to discuss your group size and needs and we will inquire with our car provider about larger car options.
Please see our D-Day and Normandy Beaches Excursion from Paris tour.
Alain grew up in Brittany and has always had a passion for the Celtic art and history of his native region. He has been leading tours in both Brittany and Normandy for the past fifteen years and he specializes in the area's WWII history, especially the D-Day landing beaches. In his free time, Alain loves to read about French history in general and of the Renaissance period in particular. He also has experience guiding in the Loire Valley and in Paris. Alain looks forward to sharing his knowledge and enthusiasm with travelers that are curious to learn more about the rich history of his homeland.
Armed with an Engineering degree from his native Britain, Colin came to France in 1981 having fallen for a French girl. He then fell into the cauldron of Norman history and has been drinking it in and sharing it ever since. D-day and the battle of Normandy is a favourite theme of visitors to the region, especially Anglo-Saxon visitors, but Normandy is steeped in history, from the Roman occupation through the Viking settlements, William the conqueror and the hundre d years war.His passion is to learn always more on Normandy.
Born and raised in Bayeux, a medieval town in Normandy, Jonathan holds a double Master's degree in Norman architecture and World War 2 History (American, British and Canadian sector) from the University of History in Caen. Passionate about his region's heritage, he has been working as a private tour guide for more than 11 years and continues to share his expertise with people visiting Normandy from all over the world. Jonathan is currently working on a project that involves collecting testimonials from the WW2 veterans.
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