UPDATE: Nov 5th, 2019

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We will be open for tours and services throughout the Winter season, and are currently still manually processing orders received via email for 2019/2020 and will continue thus until our new server and booking system are back online.

We are working on it 24/7 so not much longer now…

Our website, server and secure booking system have been a massive task, but we we hope to be be back up and running by mid November 2019, so please keep checking back. 

In the meantime, please drop us a line with your dates. We are still managing to respond to emails within 24hrs. Often quicker.

Or for last-minute bookings simply call to book (Paris time): +33 783 810 921

(General enquiries/advance bookings via email please. Thank you for your understanding).

Tip: Scroll down to see our American Beaches Private/Group Tour

We hope you have a GREAT time here in Normandy during this very special year!

General info (2019/20):

Private Tours (from €480): Luxury Mercedes, 1-8 clients, and tours are led by a native English-speaker guide.

Group Tours (2020 – €110 p/p): Spacious 8/16-seat minibus (NEW vehicles 2020), and tours are led by a native English-speaker guide.

A full day Day Tour of the American landing zones and D-Day Beaches typically includes:

  1.  Angoville-au-Plain (a little church transformed into a field hospital by 2 American paratroopers)
  2. Ste. Marie-du-Mont (101st US Airborne)
  3. Utah Beach (4th US Division). On the way from Utah, we will stop at the monument dedicated to Richard Winters, hero of the series “Band of Brothers”
  4. Sainte-Mère-Eglise (where the famous American 82nd US Airborne paratrooper J. Steele got snagged on top of the church. This is our lunch stop too)
  5. Mission Impossible: La Pointe-du-Hoc (2nd US Rangers)
  6. Omaha Beach: Vierville (29th ID, National Guard Monument)
  7. The Normandy Colleville American Cemetery.

These are the stops but there will also be a lot of monuments, bunkers and sites to see from the vehicle on the way.

There’s enough time to visit the Airborne Museum in Sainte-Mère-Eglise (at lunchtime) and free-time at stops to explore on your own and take photos. Plenty of rest stops and restroom facilities enroute. Chilled water, juice and hot coffee & snacks on board too.

Please email us your chosen D-Day Tour (e.g. American Beaches Tour, British/Canadian Beaches Tour) or Cultural Tour (Mont Saint-Michel, Giverny etc), your requested date(s), passenger numbers, and requested pick up location. 

For full day Private Tours We can provide a Mon-Fri Bayeux station pick up (at 09.16) or Mon-Sun 09:45 Bayeux/Caen Hotel pick up with a full day D-Day tour and drop off at 17:45 (in plenty of time to catch the 18.35 back to Paris).

Full day Group Tours depart twice (daily from Bayeux Place de Québec at 08:45 and Bayeux Station at 09:45 [Mon-Fri]) and half-day Group Tours depart daily from Place de Québec at 08:45 & 13:45 (4-hr tour). Note: Station drop off available at 18:00 on afternoon half-day tour.  

We do also provide a flexible Chauffeur-Guide service for a 6-hr to 10-hr hire (ideal for shorter tours or shuttles, e.g. Cultural Visits to Giverny, Le Mont Saint-Michel) or a longer hires (perfect for longer distances, e.g. Paris Airport Shuttles with transport options or extended D-Day Tours – Airborne). *Multiple-day options/combinations available too.

Our booking system is currently ‘active’ (simply invisible for the moment) and we are completing bookings manually throughout September  2019. We will email and send you a fully detailed order (complete with unique QR Code) for your approval prior to a secure payment link (card/cash on the day welcome too). 

Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance.

Email: admin@normandyontour.com

*Enquiries welcome from cruise ship ports of Cherbourg/Honfleur/St. Malo/Le Havre

We look forward to welcoming you on board!

Best Wishes from Normandy,

Iain Hennelly (Owner)

(pictured here with Joan De Vall)

 

 

Thank you for your patience!