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We passed this place on our way home.
You can experience the nice beach and get a good impression of the allied port amd its layout. Remains are still to be seem and parts are also kept on land on various places. Nice town with...More
It is a lovely experience on this beach, water is clear and you get an immense feeling. The Mulberry Harbour is amazing to look at and go up too whether the tide is in or out. Definitely recommend a trip to this beach.
The mobile harbor remains in Mulberry Harbour are something that is never mentioned during the WWII / D-Day documentaries. The fact that the British made, transported & assembled these mobile harbors across the roaring English Channel is something that should be told more. Amazing engineering...More
The entire Normandy region is very humbling. This is a logistical part of the D Day operation. ..where supplies were delivered to the troops. There are lots of informative plaques and there is a museum, although we did not go in as out time was...More
Amazing that these remnants of the Mulberry harbour still remain and have not been removed. Give a real perspective of the role these and the town played at the time. Great little town and a must visit when exploring the D Day landing coast. Also...More
Never realised how large it was and was surprised as the extent of the remains, particularly when the tide goes out. The beach is lovely and you can wander up to and have a look around large parts of the structures. Really fascinating.
It was very busy getting into this seaside town mid afternoon but followed free parking signs and got lucky with a central car park. Kids (and us) were very surprised at the volume of the remains of mulberry harbour. On walking back from the beach,...More
Travelling the coast road you cannot fail to see these structures reaching out of the sea even at high tide. They dare you to ignore them. Built at speed to last forever they are a fitting monument to what was achieved those days in mid...More
Seeing the remains of the artificial harbor is very interesting. You get the best view during low tide when some of the objects are lying on the sand. The size of the number of objects is amazing when you think that they were put there...More
Got there very early on a weekday and snagged a public parking on street spot right by the beach. Be sure and go at low tide. Amazing to be able to walk to these structures and touch them and vision what occurred here. Make sure...More