Normandy D-Day Tour (World War 2)

Normandy D-Day Guided Tours


Operation OVERLORD, dawn June 6, 1944.

135,000 men and 20,000 vehicles land on five Normandy beaches: UTAH and OMAHA (Americans), GOLD (British), JUNO (Canadians) and SWORD (British).

A tribute to all these young soldiers and to the 20,000 civilians who were killed during this battle for the Liberation.

Private Guided Normandy Landing Beaches Tour (D-Day / WWII)

Day 1

Caen: Caen Memorial (optional) - two pictures on Google Photos
night in Caen (or Bayeux)

Day 2 & 3

UTAH Beach: Azeville Battery (and/or Crisbecq Battery), Sainte-Mère-Eglise (Church & Airborne Museum) , Utah Beach & D-Day Museum
Some pictures of Azeville, Crisbecq, Sainte-Mère-Eglise and Utah Beach

OMAHA Beach: Pointe du Hoc, Colleville (American Cemetery), La Cambe (German Cemetery)
Some pictures of  Pointe du HocColleville, and La Cambe

GOLD Beach: Longues Battery, Arromanches (beach & Mulberry harbour, D-Day Museum, Arromanches 360° film)
Some pictures of  Longues-sur-Mer and Arromanches 

JUNO Beach: Courseulles (Juno Beach Centre) - two pictures on Google Photos

SWORD Beach: Douvres-la-Délivrande, Ouistreham (the Grand Bunker-Atlantic Wall Museum), Bénouville-Ranville (Café Gondrée, Pegasus Bridge & Pegasus Memorial)
Some pictures of Douvres-la-Délivrande,  Ouistreham and Bénouville-Ranville Pegasus

nights in Caen (or Bayeux)

Day 4

(Bayeux/) Caen


IMPORTANT to note: I am not a historian or D-Day/Normandy Battlefield expert.
This tour is therefore more an "escorted" tour to places where it happened, but I will take you to places where others will not necessarily take you.

This tour is only available during belgian school holidays.

This private tour is at your own pace and can be customized.


D-Day June 6, 1944 Normandy landings by HCT