Packages

Starting point: Hotel Le Bayeux

The Package “D-Day Beaches” include:

°   1 Night accommodation for 2 Persons

°   City Tax for 2 Persons

°   Buffet Breakfast for 2 Persons

°   1 Typical Normand dinner for 2 Persons*

°   1 Half Day Tours (5 Hours) for 2 Persons**

119 Euros Per Person

* Drinks are not included

**It’s a complete tour who include: Arromanches, Omaha Cemetery, Omaha Beach, German Batteries and Point du Hoc

Possibility to add an extra night at the special rate of  120 Euros, Breakfast included

1Arromanches

Artificial Harbour – Located in this small village, Port Winston, with its Phoenix caissons and pontoons, allows you to imagine the incredible device put in place a few days after the landing in order to supply the troops during the months following D Day.

While waiting for the liberation of the Havre and Cherbourg Ports, enormous concrete caissons were constructed in England. After being towed, the wharfs were assembled in order to form piers that defined the artificial harbor, connecting the ground by floating roadways. During 100 days of operation, the port unloaded: 2.5 million men, 500,000 vehicles and 4 million tons of material.

2The German battery

The German Battery at Longues sur mer takes part in the German fortifications, called the Atlantic Wall, which goes from Norway to Spain.

Built in 1943 and practically intact, you will be able to see and fully understand why strategically, it was primordial for the Allies to take that battery.

3The U.S. Cemetery

The American cemetery will bring you closer to these young men and women who left their native land to fight for freedom one morning of June 1944.

9,387 tombs and 1,557 names of missing soldiers are engraved forever in a monument that will remind us of their ultimate sacrifice for freedom.

4Omaha Beach

The sand of Omaha Beach will allow you to walk in the steps of the American soldiers who sacrificed their lives at the heart of the attack of the V Corps made up of the 29th division of infantry “blue & grey” as well as the first infantry division, more often known under the name of “big red one”.

This cliff-framed beach was the most unfavourable of the five landing beaches for a landing. The first companies are decimated and the human losses are extreme. This beach will bear the name of Bloody Omaha.

5La Pointe du Hoc

This intact battlefield, left after the attack of the rangers, will transport you to the heart of the combat delivered by the first wave of the 2nd battalion of US rangers under the orders of Colonel RUDDER. These German fortifications threatened both Utah Beach and Omaha Beach.

Air raids and naval shelling have reduced this terrain to a lunar landscape.

Starting point: Hotel Le Bayeux

The Package “Mont Saint Michel” include:

°   1 Night accommodation for 2 Persons in a Double Room

°   City Tax for 2 Persons

°   Buffet Breakfast for 2 Persons

°   1 Typical Normand dinner for 2 Persons*

°   1 Tours (8 Hours) for 2 Persons**

129 Euros Per Person

* Drinks are not included

** Abbay entrance ticket and lunch not included

Possibility to add an extra night at the special rate of  120 Euros, Breakfast included

1Mont St.Michel

This medieval city is situated in the heart of an immense tidal bay. The abbey, known as a great site for pilgrimage, is one of the most fabulous realizations of the Middle Ages. These walls hold a thousand years of history within them.

Mont St Michel is registered in UNESCO’s World Heritage since 1979. Come and discover this wonder of the western world. An architectural masterpiece and an unforgettable visit.

Starting point: Hotel Le Bayeux

The Package “Jeep D-Day” includes:

Let’s Relive History Aboard an Authentic and Legendary Jeep

° 1 Night accommodation

° City Tax

° Buffet Breakfast

° 1 Typical Normand dinner Persons*

° 1 Jeep D-Day Tours (3h30) Persons**

235 Euros per Person for a Double Room

180 Euros per Person for a Triple Room

140 Euros per Person For a Family Room ( 2 Adults + 2 Teen)

* Drinks are not included

**It’s a complete tour who include: Omaha Cemetery, Omaha Beach and German Batteries

Possibility to add an extra night at the special rate of 120 Euros per a Double Room, 140 in a Triple Room and 180 in a Family Room, Breakfast included

1Arromanches

Artificial Harbour – Located in this small village, Port Winston, with its Phoenix caissons and pontoons, allows you to imagine the incredible device put in place a few days after the landing in order to supply the troops during the months following D Day.

While waiting for the liberation of the Havre and Cherbourg Ports, enormous concrete caissons were constructed in England. After being towed, the wharfs were assembled in order to form piers that defined the artificial harbor, connecting the ground by floating roadways. During 100 days of operation, the port unloaded: 2.5 million men, 500,000 vehicles and 4 million tons of material.

2Port en bessin

Liberated by No. 47 (Royal Marine) Commando on June 7th, this nice fishing port marks the limit between the British sector and the American sector.

Port-en-Bessin had been chosen by the Allies to become the main port for fuel deliveries to Normandy until Cherbourg would be liberated. Codenamed PLUTO (Pipe Line Under The Ocean or Pipeline Underwater Transport of Oil), the ‘minor system’ became operational two weeks after D-Day and kept working until the ‘major system’ was put in place in Cherbourg in September of 1944.

3The German battery

The German Battery at Longues sur mer takes part in the German fortifications, called the Atlantic Wall, which goes from Norway to Spain.

Built in 1943 and practically intact, you will be able to see and fully understand why strategically, it was primordial for the Allies to take that battery.

4The U.S. Cemetery

The American cemetery will bring you closer to these young men and women who left their native land to fight for freedom one morning of June 1944.

9,387 tombs and 1,557 names of missing soldiers are engraved forever in a monument that will remind us of their ultimate sacrifice for freedom.

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