The d-day beaches
From Rennes, Saint-malo or Caen
In 1944, on June 6th and during the long summer that followed, men from all over the world came to fight in Normandy to restore Freedom. This walk invites you to discover the high places of memory, cemeteries, sites and museums, of the D-Day destination, high places carrying today fundamental values, Reconciliation, Peace, Freedom. These places are constantly undergoing major improvements to ensure that your stay is an exceptional emotional experience every time.
We propose two days of visits in order to take advantage of and save time: Caen Memorial: interesting guided tour; Omaha beach: the most casualties; Overlord museum: collection of war vehicles; American Cemetery of Colleville-sur-Mer: necessary visit; La pointe du hoc: shell holes and blockhouses; Utah beach: natural vestiges of the landing: bunkers and anti-tank obstacles.
We are available for all proposals of itinerary and we also propose you to mix our various circuits in Brittany and Normandy.