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D-Day Beaches (Plages du Debarquement de la Bataille de Normandie)

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Comite Regional de Tourisme de Normandie | 14 Rue Charles Corbeau, Evreux, 27000, France
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Reviewed 4 days ago

It is good that you can get down to and on the beaches used in the Normandy invasion and try and imagine what went on there. A very humbling experience.

Thank nriemen
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Doesn't matter your nationality or age - this is a must-do. To actually see the beaches where so many brave soldiers from many countries landed is very moving. Of course now they are just attractive seaside areas, but get a visual idea of those terrible...More

2  Thank Soulefulltraveler
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Incredible to walk the beaches which led to the end of ww2. The tides ebb and flow considerably, leaving 500 yards of beach at low tide (when allied forces first hit the beach). 175,000 personnel landed, with approximately 5,000 killed that day (most at Omaha...More

1  Thank Dude12345
Reviewed 9 July 2018

So thankful we visited various beaches (Omaha, Utah, Pointe du Hoc) with our children (ages 14, 12, & 9) and my parents. Made various information we all had about WWII much more tangible and real. Pointe du Hoc was awesome as we were able to...More

1  Thank edavig
Reviewed 20 June 2018

I looked forward to seeing the D–Day beaches, and I came here with an excellent guide, having read several books to set the scene. But it was all somehow disappointing. Everything I read about is, of course, gone. It’s just a beach. And Gettysburg is...More

3  Thank jxx9595
Reviewed 19 June 2018

We spend some days to visit the different beaches; You have to do it. Drive all along the beaches and discover history.

1  Thank charlespolspoel
Reviewed 16 June 2018

Magnificent coastal views, magnificent scenery and steeped in history. We salute the bravery who fought and gave their lives. Arrowmanche and Gold beach where the British landed, visit the museum amazing to see the remains of the floating harbour... Tony UK

2  Thank tonywilliams53
Reviewed 7 June 2018

I found the experience at St Laurent underwhelming. I believe this is where the tour buses take you to see 'Omaha Beach'. There is one statue, one sculpture, a couple touristy restaurants and a touristy museum. Better to spend your time at the American Cemetery...More

4  Thank Elby D
Reviewed 7 May 2018

We drove from Juno and Sword beach down to Omaha Beach. These beaches are so peaceful and serene now that one can only imagine what D-Day was like. Some of the beaches are very wide while others are not so wide. Regardless of your nationality,...More

Thank Sharon M
Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

I loved visiting the beaches. History remembered. Just a jaw dropping and shiver inducing experience.

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I used Paris city vision. Long day (6 am to 9 pm), but I could sleep during the 6 hour of drive time (like nearly everyone else).