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FULL DAY PRIVATE TOUR

Pick-up at your convenience in Bayeux : at your hotel, train station, tourism office.

Return at around 5:30 pm. On each spots, following the presentation, you will have some time to walk around by yourself.  For a pick-up in Caen prices are :  450 € (2-5 pax) & 560 € (6-8 pax).


LONGUES SUR MER

The only coastal gun battery on the Landing Beaches still to retain its original guns. A major construction along the Atlantic Wall, composed of four bunkers, each with a 152mm gun.


OMAHA BEACH

OMAHA, the historical beach, where the 1st Infantry and the 29th Infantry Divisions landed.


AMERICAN CEMETERY

The American Cemetery is a place for remembrance and reflection, on a 173 acres site overlooking Omaha Beach.

9,387 tombs and 1,557 names of soldiers missing in action during the battle of Normandy are engraved in a the garden of the M.I.A.


WN 65 - STRONG POINT

The WN 65 (Wiederstandnest in German) is nearly in the center of Omaha Beach, at the bottom of Ruquet Valley on Easy 1 draw.

LUNCH TIME BREAK : On your own, before or after Pointe of the Hoc.


POINTE OF THE HOC

This intact battlefield will transport you to the heart of the combat delivered by 3 companies of the 2nd Ranger’s battalion under the command of Colonel Rudder. This German gun battery threatened both Utah & Omaha Beaches.


ANGOVILLE AU PLAIN

A first aid station has been established in an unusual place, the 11th century church of Angoville au Plain, to regroup some wounded paratroopers from the 101st Airborne Division close by Drop Zone D.


UTAH BEACH

Utah Beach, was the most western of the five landing beaches. The 4th Infantry Division, led by Teddy Roosevelt Junior, landed with relatively little resistance.


SAINTE MERE EGLISE

First village liberated on the US sector on June 6th, by elements of the 505th regiment of the 82nd Airborne.

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