WW2 Normandy Tours

D-Day - 6 June 1944 - Normandy......

See for yourself the sites of the longest day in modern history

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British Troops landing at Sword Beach on D-Day

WW2 Normandy Tours offers visits for up to six people, from half a day to three days, to the various parts of the D-Day area. The tours, tailor-made to suit personal requirements, can be as broad or as detailed as necessary. Recent tours have included special group arrangements for the 60th and 65th anniversary commemorations; three-day general tours based on Bayeux, covering coastal and inland defences, including major sites and museums; two-day site-specific tours for American visitors; and one-day glimpses of lesser known sites, including personal stories and memorials.

As alternatives to the D-Day programme, tours can be arranged to local châteaux and gardens, and cultural and historic Norman sites.

The rendezvous for the tours will be in Normandy. A seven-seat people carrier can take visitors straight to the accommodation or start the tour immediately. All accommodation, breakfasts and museum tickets are included. Lunches are on the tour route and dinner is near the hotel.

The Director of WW2 Normandy Tours is James Scott-Clarke, an ex-Grenadier Guards officer who lives part of the year in Normandy on the west coast of the Cotentin Peninsula. He is a member of the Guild of Battlefield Guides. .