Enjoy a D-Day Normandy Beaches Private Guided Tour to deepen your history knowledge around this important event. On June 6, 1944, the Allied forces landed on the sandy beaches of Normandy marking the beginning of the liberation of France and the end of WWII.
-Explore the D-Day Landing Beaches of Normandy
-Visit the American Cemetery, and gaze in wonder at more than 10,000 white cross graves
-Discover the beach where US and British soldiers fought and died to liberate Europe
-See one of the many Nazi bunkers that the allied troops had to neutralize
Your private english-speaking driver will pick you up in your hotel in Paris and take you to the Coast of Normandy where nature and breathtaking landscapes, bring historical moments to life. In fact Normandy was an ideal strategic place for the landing. In fact, since currents and meteorological factors were perfect for such a big operation, soldiers from different nations could easily land by sea and air on a number of beaches along the Normandy coastline and the steep cliffs at pointe du Hoc.
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Start your 'Normandy Beaches Private Tour' visiting the every one of the landing beaches. You will reach the first one, Courseulles Sur Mer and Croix Lorraine where more than 14,000 Canadian soldiers stormed its 8-kilometre stretch. Later, at Croix sur Lorraine, you will be able to visit the de Gaulle’s memorial in a beautiful park with a view to the sea.
Continue to Arromanches, renowned for its artificial “Mulberry” harbour, known as “Port Winston”. Its remains are both impressive and a reminder of the remarkable technical feat of taking 600,000 tonnes of concrete and equipment across the Channel in wartime to serve as a base for Allied troops. If you wish, visit the Arromanches 360 circular cinema.
You can also stop by the US Cemetery at Colleville Sur Mer located on a bluff overlooking Omaha Beach and the English Channel. It covers 172 acres (70 ha), and contains the remains of 9,387 American military men, most of whom were killed in Normandy. Finish the Normandy Beaches Private Tour reaching the Pointe Du Hoc, a clifftop location situated between Utah Beach to the west and Omaha Beach to the east, and stands on 30m tall cliffs overlooking the sea.
Finally you may finish the Normandy Beaches Guided Tour by visiting the German cemetery whose dark gravestones are a stark contrast to the all-white tombstones of the American cemetery.
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-This tour will be managed in a private car adapted to the size of your group
-Entrance tickets to any activity or museum are to be paid on site or to be added upon request