Places of interest
Utah Beach is the westernmost of the five code-named landing beaches taken by US Army troops.
Omaha Beach was to link the British landings to the east at Gold and US Troops to the west at Utah.
The objectives were to capture Arromanches and join forces with the Americans at Omaha.
Juno Beach was the Allied code name for a stretch of coastline assaulted by Canadian soldiers.
Sword was to be the responsibility of the British with a bombardment provided by the Royal Navy.
British gliders landed near the bridge and within minutes they had attained their objective.
Bayeux War Cemetery
This is the largest WW2 cemetery of Commonwealth soldiers, 4,648 burials, mostly from D-Day.
The Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial is a WW2 cemetery and memorial near Omaha beach.
Canadian War Cemetery
The Bény-sur-Mer War Cemetery contains predominantly Canadian soldiers killed during WW2.
La Cambe German war cemetery
This the largest and most well-known German military cemetery with around 21200 graves.
Musée La Percee Du Bocage
The Museum is dedicated to the soldiers of the Battle of the Hedgerows and Operation Bluecoat.
Dead Man's Corner Museum, C-47 Flight Simulator and 3D movie to relive the events of D-Day.
Musée Mémorial de la Bataille de Normandie
The Battle of Normandy Museum represents all the military operations that took place.
Overlord Museum chronicles the period of the Allied landing until the liberation of Paris.
Its medieval center contains cobbled streets, half-timbered houses, Cathédrale and Tapestry.
With exquisite art and fashion boutiques, superb markets selling fine wines and fresh produce.
A magical island topped by a gravity-defying medieval monastery, among France's most stunning sights.
The Château de Balleroy was built for Jean de Choisy. The village was built around the castle.
Twisting lanes edged with multi-hued shops overflowing with antiques, art and regional fare.
D-Day & Normandie Tours
The Bayeux Shuttle offer D-Day tours of the Normandy landing beaches and Mont Saint Michel.
Zoo de Jurques
Set off on an encounter with over 700 wild animals including the extremely rare white lion.
Among its 400 tree species, the 'weeping beech' is undoubtedly the most spectacular.
The underground slate mines were abandoned a century ago, now a collection of giant crystals.
Clécy is a peaceful haven in the heart of the Suisse Normande-Normandy's Switzerland.
Viaduc de la Souleuvre
A partially demolished railway viaduct over the Souleuvre River, now used for bungee jumping.
From thrill rides to children rides, the whole family will spend a day of fun and laughter!
Parc Ange Michel
Landscaped and historic amphitheater of nature. More than 35 attractions for the whole family.
Chemin de Fer Miniature
Discover the largest miniature world in France and fall right back into childhood.
Vélorail de la Vallée de la Vire
Discover the scenic railway line route on a pedal trolley. From Condé-sur-Vire to Gourfaleur.
Les Escargots de l'Odon
Visit the snail farm and discover the culinary specialities. Guided tour lasts 30 minutes.