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Normandy Beaches Half-Day Trip from Bayeux

  • Afternoon tour to Normandy’s battlefield beaches from Bayeux
  • Hear about the events of World War II and the D-Day landings from your guide
  • Walk the lunar landscape of Pointe du Hoc
Normandy Beaches Half-Day Trip from Bayeux
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Normandy Beaches Half-Day Trip from Bayeux
Enhance your experience of Normandy and its intriguing historical heritage on a half-day tour of Pointe du Hoc and Omaha Beach from Bayeux. Delve into the turbulent past of the region with a knowledgeable guide and visit renowned D-Day battlefield sites situated on Normandy’s picturesque coastline. Pay tribute to fallen soldiers at the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial and browse the exhibitions in the informative visitor center. Enjoy personalized attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to only eight people.
What to Expect
Depart from Bayeux in a comfortable, air-conditioned minivan and travel along the picturesque Norman coast to Pointe du Hoc, a German battery devastated by US soldiers on D-Day. Listen as your guide offers fascinating narration of the bloody battles that occurred here, and then capture photographs of fortification remnants blown to pieces by destructive bombs. 

Return to the vehicle for the short drive to Omaha Beach and delve into the dramatic procession of D-Day events that unfolded on this beach. Stop at two points at either end of the sandy stretch to appreciate the scale of the expanse and then head to Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial to pay tribute to fallen American soldiers. Feel emotionally stirred as you stroll around Europe’s largest American cemetery and then venture to the Normandy American Cemetery Visitor Center to enrich your knowledge of the region’s history. 

Browse exhibits that speak eloquently of the events that took place on Omaha Beach; listen to personal stories, narrative texts and interactive displays and appreciate the insightful nature of the museum. 

Return to your vehicle after the explorative tour and then relax during the journey back to Bayeux.
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Reviewed yesterday

My wife and I took the half day D-Day tour with Bayeux Multimedia Shuttle service. The combination of on-board videos and guide narration enhanced the quality of this tour. Our driver/guide Nick was outstanding. His narration, passion for the subject and thorough understanding of the...More

Thank Cotta
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very informative and entertaining, somethings you have to see to fully understand. This is one of them.

1  Thank Talan W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Best way to see the D-Day beaches

Our guide was knowledgeable, helpful, and passionate about the topic. Their pick-up from our hotel was helpful and easy. We highly recommend this for anyone of any level of expertise on WWII and D-Day.

Thank Kimberly A
Reviewed 16 June 2018
Normandy Tours Half Day Juno Beach and Juno Beach Centre Tour

My wife and I took a half day tour with Normandy Tours specific to the Canadian participation in D-Day. We toured the Juno Beach area, the Juno Beach Centre, one of the Canadian cemeteries and other points of interest. Our guide Jonathan picked us up...More

2  Thank JamesOttawa_Canada
Reviewed 3 June 2018
An informative and moving experience

Our tour guide, Romain B., was wonderful. He picked us up right on time at our hotel and provided us with a remarkable afternoon. He was extremely knowledgeable about all the events that occurred at each sight we visited. I learned so much. He also...More

Thank Parkerpeep1
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12 June 2018|
Response from Parkerpeep1 | Reviewed this property |
We did a half-day tour that started at 1:00 and ended about 5:30-6