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Historical beaches

Although the whole coastline reminds the Allied invasion to Normandy in 1944, but sandy beaches... read more

Reviewed September 13, 2016
Dalmik
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Vilnius, Lithuania
Running paradise on historical beaches

We parked our car next to the manège (children's carousel) and walked along the white sand... read more

Reviewed November 23, 2015
JohnPaul2010
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Dubai
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May 26, 2017
“Best beach of the cost”
Sep 13, 2016
“Historical beaches”
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14470 Courseulles-sur-Mer, France
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Reviewed May 26, 2017 via mobile

The beach is very nice, with a long promenade for a nice walk or just seat looking at the sea. Near the city center, close to restaurants, shops and ice cream store. Perfect for families. But they can't do anything for the cold water :)

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Reviewed September 13, 2016

Although the whole coastline reminds the Allied invasion to Normandy in 1944, but sandy beaches allow to enjoy the sun and the sea. Port de Plaisance at the mouth of the river Le Suelles is also an interesting place for walks.

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Reviewed November 23, 2015

We parked our car next to the manège (children's carousel) and walked along the white sand beach. There are miles and miles of beach facing the Normandy bay. At low tide fishermen haul and relocate traps and retrieve fresh seafood. Courseulles beach is a paradise...More

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Reviewed June 17, 2015 via mobile

Canadian Army used it to unload 1000 tons of materials a day during first two weeks of Allied Invasion of France in June 1944. Fourteen thousand Canadians stormed beach here on D-Day, followed by 150,00 Canadians over next two months. Canadian military Center is here.

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Reviewed May 13, 2015

. This is not Fuerteventura, so don't expect sand dunes and fine, pale sand. But it's pretty good nonetheless, golden sand stretching down to the water's edge. And as it's the English Channel, as we get in S England, there's a tide . . ....More

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