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NEPTUNE A - American assault area

Headstone, Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial
Longues s/ Mer battery - Normandy US Cemetery and Memorial - Omaha Beach - Pointe du Hoc - Angoville au Plain - Ste. Marie du Mont - Utah Beach - Ste. Mere Eglise - La Cambe

From the story of the scattered drops of the American paratroopers of the 82nd and the 101st to that of the G.Is storming the Normandy sands, this tour will enable you to relive the most important moments of D-Day as the operations unfolded in the American assault area. Let yourself inspired by the bravery of the young medics attending wounded in an 11th century church or by the boldness of the American Rangers who scaled 100ft-tall cliffs in the face of the enemy. All-in-all an unforgettable account about commitment, courage and sacrifice. 

NEPTUNE B - British assault area

Arromanches and the remains of Mulberry harbour, Normandy
Merville - Ranville - Pegasus Bridge - Ouistreham Bunker - Sword Beach  - Gold Beach - Ver s/ Mer - Crepon - Asnelles - Arromanches - Longues s/ Mer battery

"Sword" and "Gold". These were the code-names designating the beaches assaulted by British troops on D-Day. A journey back in time to the first hours of the invasion. Find out how British glider-pilots managed to pull off an incredible landing in one of the most outstanding flying achievements of the war, but also how the Tommies finally overcame all difficulties and secured sections of a beachhead considered vital for the success of "Overlord". NEW! The tour will include as stop at British Normandy 
Memorial which was dedicated in September 2021.

NEPTUNE C - Canadian assault area

The famous house, Juno Beach, Normandy

Longues s/ Mer battery - Arromanches - Grayes s/ Mer - Juno Centre & Juno Beach (Courseulles s/ Mer - Bernieres s/ Mer - St. Aubin) - Beny / Revieres Canadian Cemetery - Authie - Abbeye d'Ardenne

Often overlooked by visitors and historians alike, the story of the Canadian D-Day landings is an amazing one. On June 6th, 1944, after assaulting the beach, the Canadian troops managed to achieve the deepest penetration into enemy territory of all the Allied divisions landing that day. Visit one of the two Canadian Cemeteries located in Normandy and use this opportunity to learn more about Canada's role in WWII at Juno Centre. Last but not least, hear the stories of the Canadian soldiers and their incredible bravery in the face of death especially in the context of the crimes perpetrated by the SS in the first days of the campaign. 


OMAHA TOUR (American landings)

Pointe du Hoc and Ranger Memorial, Normandy

Longues s/ Mer battery - Normandy US Cemetery and Memorial - Omaha Beach - Pointe du Hoc

This is the perfect tour formula for those of you on a tight schedule. This way you can make sure that you will not miss Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial, a moving place where men and women are resting in the very soil of Easy Red sector (Omaha Beach), so stubbornly defended on D-Day.  Furthermore, no visitor should leave Normandy without stepping on Omaha Beach itself, scene of fierce fighting on June 6th, 1944, or without seeing the "lunar scape" created by the Allied bombardments at Pointe du Hoc. 

GOLD TOUR (British landings)

Sexton at Gold Beach, Normandy
Bayeux Cemetery - Crepon - Ver s/ Mer - Asnelles - Arromanches - Longues s/ Mer

This tour is all about unique landmarks: Arromanches, the place where one can still contemplate the vestiges of the artificial harbor, or Longues s/ Mer, unique coastal battery  that retaines its original WWII 150 mm guns in situ; revisit the challenges faced by the British forces at "Gold Beach" before paying your respects at Bayeux War Cemetery and Memorial, largest Commonwealth graveyard in Normandy, which tells the story of the men and women who "gave their today for us to have our tomorrow".

JUNO TOUR (Canadian landings)

Beny Canadian Cemetery, Normandy
Longues s/ Mer battery - Arromanches - Grayes s/ Mer - Juno Beach - Beny/Revieres Cemetery

On D-Day, "Juno Beach" was the second worst place to land at after "bloody Omaha". The losses sustained by units like the Royal Winnipegs or Queen's Own Rifles were staggering. Learn how floating tanks were hampered by the heavy seas and how some of them ended up being buried in the sand for decades. See the remains of the  German bunkers and find out why the beach obstacles the enemy set-up became a very real "devil's garden" for both coxswains and Canadian infantry.