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Guided tour of Normandy landing beaches in private vans
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Guided tour of Normandy landing beaches in private vans

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Our experience:<br>16 years in the transport of people<br>&#xa0;12 years of providing the circuits for<br>the Caen Memorial,<br>We were the first to offer tours on the landing beaches.<br>Our experience:<br>Our experience:<br><br>16 years in the transport of people<br>&#xa0;12 years of providing the circuits for<br>the Caen Memorial,<br>We were the first to offer tours on the landing beaches.<br>Our experience:<br>16 years in the transport of people<br>&#xa0;12 years of providing the circuits for<br>the Caen Memorial,<br>We were the first to offer tours on the landing beaches.<br>included<br>Driver / English speaking guide<br>Digital Application<br>(Complete history of the landing<br>&#xa0;French-Dutch-English)<br>a surprise gift<br><br>
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Mr. Furby wrote a review Oct 4
Noordwijk, The Netherlands50 contributions1 helpful vote
One of the heaviest hit sites during the 2nd world war but hardly any remains of it today. There is only one memorial on the beach that reminds us of what has happened and that's it. Go to the American cementary which is impressive! All in all, a nice beach but that's all.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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dunadan wrote a review Jul 2020
Lynnwood, Washington2,416 contributions397 helpful votes
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Omaha Beach was not what we expected. After parking up the road a ways and walking down to the small town near the shore, I knew that we weren't going to find gun emplacements, barbed wire, and other direct evidence of the horrors encountered on this stretch of beach 75 years prior. But we didn't expect a gorgeous, tranquil expanse of golden sand stretching as far as the eye could see, with a beach road lined with quaint houses. But that is exactly what we found, and the images of families at play and children laughing was a reminder that time heals--not all wounds, but certainly many of the physical ones that war inflicts upon the landscape.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Acineto wrote a review May 2020
Auckland Central, New Zealand14,629 contributions417 helpful votes
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The beach has a memorial at the top of the beach by the parking lot. We drove here from Mont Saint Michael. The memorial is quite interesting with cared words and a carved picture on the side. On the beach there is another memorial called Les Braves. The sculpture looks like swords coming up from the sand. It was quite nice to look at. We also walked along the beach for a bit on the sand. There were quite a few wooden pairs buried in the beach. It was quite something to look at knowing that this was a site of war. We were there during the winter so it was very quiet and the few people about were mostly around the memorial and sculpture. It was a bit far from the city but quite an interesting drive.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Wanderlust3483 wrote a review Apr 2020
523 contributions225 helpful votes
Everything about this beach is stunning- from the beach itself to the memorials and watching how people experience the beach today (playing in the water, walking their dogs, overall just enjoying their day). A very moving reminder of the sacrifices that were made. Give yourself enough time to spend at these memorials and the museum- you need at least a full day to day and a half.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Levi N wrote a review Mar 2020
Fairfax, Virginia494 contributions160 helpful votes
This isn't super easy to find but the best place to visit the beach is to the east of American cemetery. There are a few monuments on the walk down to the beach as well as some old german bunkers. Feel free to walk all the way down to the beach. It's not that far. Most folks don't go down this far. However, you will be able to go right down to the water where there's another small monument. It is a pretty impressive view. You can also drive a bit to the west where the bloodiest fighting was. There is a large monument there. However, there's a sea wall there and a small town. If it's high tide you will only be able to stand on the sea wall. It's not quite as impressive as further to the east.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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