|Highlights||Discover Juno Beach Sector Including the Juno Beach Centre Museum.
Entrance fees to Juno Beach Centre.
Visit the Major Canadian War Cemetery Located at Bény-Sur-Mer.
Hear About the Tragic Massacre that Took Place at Ardenne Abbey.
Come with us on a tour retracing Canadian Armed Forces involvement on D-Day. A guide will come along to tell you all about the Normandy sites you will see. This shared, half-day tour is one of our most popular D-Day landing tours departing from Bayeux.
8.50am or 1.50pm - Meet at Place du Québec in central Bayeux
9.00am or 2.00pm Depart from Bayeux
- Stop at Juno Beach including the Juno Beach Centre
- Stop at Beny sur Mer, Canadian Cemetery
- Stop at D'ardenne Abbey
1.00pm or 6.00pm Return to Bayeux
|Included||Visits as mentioned in the program.
Entrance fee to Juno Beach Centre
English speaking qualified guide/driver.
Fully equipped, air conditioned Mercedes minivan.
Free Wifi access on board.
|Excluded||Entrance fees unless mentioned.
Personal insurance & expenses.
Eventual Gratuities for the driver/guide.
Hotel pick up and drop off.
Food and drinks.
|Know before you book||Minimum number of 2 participants applies.
Prices are per person.
English speaking tour.
Minimum child age 4 years.
Children 4 and over allowed on tour with adult.
|Know before you go||Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your reserved departure time at Place du Québec.
Wear good walking shoes.
Dress Code: Strongly recommend good walking shoes.
|Health Items||Face masks required for travelers in public areas, Face masks required for guides in public areas, Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff, Social distancing enforced throughout experience, Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized|
|Booking Cut-off||15 minutes|
|Minimum||2 guests per booking|
|Maximum||8 guests per booking|
|Valid||4 hours Only on date on reservation|
|Lat & Long:||49.275601, 0.700619|
|Address:||Place du Québec, Bayeux, Normandy, 14400, FR|
|Notes:||Place du Quebec is the center site for all tour operators in Bayeux to pick up their guests.|
|Start Location Notes||Place du Québec, Bayeux, Normandy, 14400, FR|
|Cancellation Cut-off:||24 hours|
|Cancellation Notes:||Operator strictly adheres to its cancellation policy and will make no exceptions to the policy. If Guest chooses to cancel his or her reservation, Operator must receive written notice of said cancellation in writing via certified mail, fax or e-mail sent to [email protected] (with confirmation of receipt from Operator), and Guest shall be subject to the following cancellation fee schedule: Ophorus requires full payment by credit card, internet payment (through our website) or wire transfer (Wire transfer fees at the charge of the Guest) to make a reservation. We accept payment by AMEX, Visa and Master Card. There is no charge or service fee for processing credit card payments except with American Express +3%. For any cancellation, the following fees will be deducted from the refund: Up to 24 hours prior to departure: no cancellation fees except the booking fees. 24 hours prior to departure and less > no refund All semi private tours depart on time. Clients should present themselves at the allocated meeting point at least 10 minutes before the beginning of the tour. Driver/guide will not wait unless Ophorus has been previously informed that the client will be late with a maximum waiting time of 10 minutes. Beyond that waiting time, tours will depart and Ophorus cannot be held responsible for clients missing their tour.|
|PRICING||RETAIL PRICE||NET RATE|
|Adult||13-64 years||€70.00||Available on request|
|Child||4-12 years||€35.00||Available on request|
|Senior||65-94 years||€65.00||Available on request|
|Terms and Conditions||
Please contact us for all our terms & conditions
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your reserved departure time at Place du Québec.
Where is Juno Beach in France?
Juno or Juno Beach in Normandy, France is among the five landing areas of the Normandy Invasion that took place on June 6, 1944. This particular area was assaulted by units of the Canadian 3rd Infantry Division. The landing beach was approximately 10. kilometers (6 miles) wide and stretched on either side of the small port of Courseulles sur Mer. The villages is located at a 30 minute driver from the town of Bayeux which makes a perfect starting point for all our Normandy sightseeing day trips from Bayeux.Why was Juno Beach important to Canada?
Juno or Juno Beach in Normandy, France is important to Canada because this is where units of the 3rd Infantry Division landed on Normandy Invasion Day. The Canadian landings were one of the most successful operations carried out on D-DAY. However, the Canadian Armed Forces suffered heavy casualties in the first wave but by the end of the day were able to control the area from defending German Troops. The number of Canadian casualties was of 1,200 out of 21,400 troops who landed at Juno that day.
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