If you want a tour that visits all the main sites in the British & American sectors of the D-Day Normandy landing beaches and, want to book individual seats, then this is the tour for you!




DEPARTURE : 8:45 am

departure from Bayeux, Place de Quebec

Duration of the visit : 8.5 hours

Price : 130€ / per person


Starting at a convenient hour, this tour is designed to allow you to have breakfast in your hotel before meeting your guide at the tour departure point in the centre of Bayeux. Once onboard, you will be transported in a modern air conditioned van/ bus to visit the key sites in the Gold & Omaha sectors. You will have lasting memories of your visit including, walking the grounds of the beautiful Normandy American Cemetery.


  • Maximum of 20 clients per tour
  • Tour delivered in English only!
  • Experienced professional guides
  • Guided visits and occasions to take photos and explore


We like to run on schedule and if you are not at the departure point by the advertised boarding time, we will depart. There will be others on board that have arrived as requested and we do not want to impact their experience. If you do arrive late, you will need to take a cab at your own expense to catch up with the tour. We strongly advise you to arrive early for the tour as no refunds will be considered if you miss the service.


The memorial is located near Ver-sur-Mer which overlooks Gold beach, and contains the names of all 22,442 soldiers that died on D-Day and the Battle of Normandy. You will see a nine-foot-tall sculptures of three charging infantrymen, which weigh over a ton each, created by sculptor David Williams-Ellis.


Gold beach was assaulted by British forces on D-Day. Their objectives were to move west and capture Arromanches and link up with American forces landing at Omaha. Move eastwards to link up with forces landing at Juno Beach and to move inland and capture the medieval town of Bayeux.


Arromanches was chosen as the location for Mulberry B Artifical Harbour; better known as port Winston after Churchill. We will show the impressive remnants of this amazing construction project and explain how significant this was in defeating the Germans in Normandy.


This impressive gun battery position is the only position along the Atlantik Wall in this area of France that still has the guns in situ. We will explore the site together and you will learn about how it was built, how it operated and ultimately, how it was silenced.


In the spring of 1944, the town of Port-en-Bessin was occupied by the 1st Company of the Grenadier-Regiment 726 (716. Infanterie-Division). Its fishing port is located below a large cliff that is set up for defense by the Germans. On June 6th, at 9:30 am, the landing did not proceed as planned for the British commandos who suffered very heavy losses. Immediately after the fighting, the Allies began work to rehabilitate the port. The aim is to carry out landings of supplies, but also to set up a pipeline system: PLUTO (Pipe-Line Underwater Transport of Oil).


During World War Two, the Nazis were in the process of building the Atlantik Wall; a series of fortifications from Norway to the border of France and Spain. Stretching for over 2000 miles, this formidable construction of fortifications was designed to try and prevent an Allied landing in the west. One such site was located at the Pointe Du Hoc in Normandy. Consisting of 6 long range gun positions and many other concrete bunkers, it posed a real threat to Allied shipping on D-Day. As this battery was right between the two American landing beaches, Allied planners had no choice but to knock out this position. Here you will hear the incredible stories of bravery shown by US Army Rangers who had to scale nearly 100 feet of cliffs to destroy the guns.


You will hear the story of "the Bedford Boys", a group of 30 young men from Bedford Virginia, a town of 3,200. All of whom had joined the National Guard before the outbreak of WW2 and had then been incorporated into Company A, 116th Infantry, 29th Division. Prior to D-Day, they were chosen to be the first wave to land on Omaha Beach, Dog Green Sector, which was the best defended and toughest of the invasion points on that historic day.


The Normandy American Cemetery covers 172 acres and is the final resting place for many thousands of service men and women. You will have sufficient time to explore the visitor center before taking the time to reflect in the cemetery . Four women and three Medal of Honor recipients, including Theodore Roosevelt Jr, are some of the most notable people buried here.


If you want a tour that visits all the main sites in the British & American sectors of the D-Day Normandy landing beaches and, want to book individual seats, then this is the tour for you!

  • important information

    * As we have limited space onboard the vehicles we use for this tour, we are sorry

    but it is not possible to carry in our vehicles any of the following:

    • Luggage / Wheelchairs (including fold up types) / Mobility scooters / Walking frames


    * If you are traveling with children, please note that everyone requires a seat.

    * It is a legal requirement so please ensure you book a seat for each person taking the tour.

    * It is forbidden to carry infants on your lap.

    * When booking, please specify the age of the child and we will provide a car seat if require.

    We do not accept children under 4 years old in our group tours.


    * For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.

    * If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time,
    the amount you paid will not be refunded.

    * Any changes made less than 24 hours before
    experience’s start time will not be accepted.

    * Cut-off times are based on the experience’s local time.

    * We are forced to pay a PayPal chargeback fee.
    5% will be removed from the amount you are refunded.

    * With respect to our intricate planning, we cannot make any exceptions to this policy.