Shore Excursion, Day Trip / Out of Town
Kid Friendly: Yes. I need to know your children ages in advance. In France, every child under 3 years old needs a baby seat and under 9 years old a child seat.
You must be able to get in and out of a car several times a day. If you need to transport your wheelchair, I can accommodate only 4 people in my car.
Maximum travelers: 6
English (fluent), French (fluent), Russian (fluent)
Visit Gold and Sword Beaches and learn about British Landing
The British air and sea landings can be seen on one Itinerary.
The tour starts at Pegasus Bridge. You may visit the Pegasus Museum and learn amazing story of John Howard and his men.
Next we see Sword Beach landing and Hillman Strong Point which is a good example of the Atlantic Wall.
Gold Beach is the largest from five D-day Landing Beaches. The Objective of 50th division was to connect with Omaha and Juno Beaches. We will see where Stan Hollis led D company off the beach. For that and the actions that followed he was awarded the VC.
We finish at Arromanches with a spectacular view of Mulberry B Artificial Harbor.
Please note, it would be possible to create a customer tour with British/Canadian sector.
Le Havre - Pegasus bridge - Hillman Strong Point - Sword Beach - Lunch - Gold beach - Arromanches - Ryes War Cemetery - Le Havre
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, B&B, Rail Station
End location: Le Havre or any place around Caen&Bayeux.
Duration: 9 hours
Transportation in a/c Citroen C8. Up to 6 people.
- Guided tour
- Transportation in A/C Citroen C8
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 euros - You need to pay your lunch, museum.
Entrance fees, meal and snacks, personal expences.
It would be possible to book a tour using your rental car (less expensive coast). Please note that I'm not allowed to drive your car due to insurance issues.
My car can fit up to 6 people comfortably.
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A very interesting day with a knowledgeable guide, who travelled into the countryside to pick us up at our cottage.