Omaha Beach U.S Sector Half-Day Trip From Bayeux (shared)

Reservation System:
API Provider: Rezdy
Instant Confirmation
Location: Bayeux
Category: Tours & Sightseeing
Duration: 4.0 hours
Trip difficulty: Moderate
Max Group Size: 8
Currency: EUR
Language: English
TimeZone: Europe/Paris
Highlights Reach Normandy’s Coastal Battlefield Grounds.
Discover Omaha Beach, One of the Two U.S Landing Areas.
Walk the Lunar Landscapes of Breathtaking Pointe du Hoc.
Pay tribute to those fallen at the U.S Cemetery in Colleville sur Mer
At first we will come and pick you up at a centrally located meeting point in Bayeux. Before the start of the tour, your local guide will introduce you to the area and to the different sites that you will be seeing on this half day tour including Omaha Beach, Pointe du Hoc and the American Cemetery in Colleville sur Mer. This tour is a perfect introduction to this period of time for those of you who have only but a short time in the area.
8.50 am or 1.50pm - Meeting point at Place du Québec Tour Operator pick up zone.

9.00am or 2.00pm - Depart from Bayeux
- Visit Pointe du Hoc
- Visit Omaha Beach
- Visit American Military Cemetery
1.00pm or 6.00pm - Arrive in Bayeux
Commentary English: Guide
Included Small Group of maximum 8 passengers.
Sites as mentioned in the itinerary.
English speaking qualified guide/driver.
Travel in air conditioned Mercedes minivans.
Free Wifi access on board.
Bottled water.
Excluded Hotel pick up or drop off.
Entrance fees unless mentioned.
Personal insurance & expenses.
Meals and drinks.
Gratuities for the driver/guide.
Know before you book Minimum number of 2 participants (adults) applies.
Tour is operated in English.
Prices are per person.
Hotel pick up not available.
Tour is not wheelchair accessible.
Currency is in Euro
Know before you go Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time at Place du Québec
You must wear good walking shoes for this tour.
Additional Information
  • Instant booking confirmation.
  • Small groups of 2 to 8 persons.
  • Minimum age to take part is 4 years old (no infants).
  • If you are traveling with infants, please request a private tour.
  • In case minimum numbers are not reached we will offer to reschedule or refund your tour.

Accessibility: InfantSeatsAvailable
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, Guides required to regularly wash hands

Operating Info

Product Start Date 2020-03-01
Product End Date 2020-11-30
Booking Cut-off 15 minutes
Minimum 1 guests per booking
Maximum 8 guests per booking
Valid 4 hours Only on date on reservation

Operating Type:

Fixed Times


Summer 2020: From 03-01-2020 To 11-30-2020
Sunday 09:00, 14:00
Monday 09:00, 14:00
Tuesday 09:00, 14:00
Wednesday 09:00, 14:00
Thursday 09:00, 14:00
Friday 09:00, 14:00
Saturday 09:00, 14:00


Type: Starts location
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 Policy: custom
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.


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


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Voucher Info

Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your reserved departure time at Place du Québec.

FAQ Where is Omaha Beach located ?

Omaha Beach is one of the assault beaches part of the Normandy Invasion that took place on June 6, 1944. The beach is located 21 kilometers - 13 miles - to the west of Bayeux, on the coast of Normandy facing the English Channel. The town of Bayeux makes a perfect departure point to visit the D-DAY landing beaches of Normandy and all our shared tours depart from here.

How many people died on Omaha Beach ?

Omaha Beach was the largest of the D-DAY assault areas. It stretched over 10 kilometers (6 miles). The area was assigned to the U.S First Army under Lieutenant General Omar Bradley. From the beginning everything went wrong at Omaha. Special tanks sank in choppy waters of the Channel, no unit of the 116th landed were it was planned as strong winds and tidal currents carried the landing crafts from right to left. By the end of the day, the Americans had suffered 2,400 casualties but had landed 34,000 troops.

Where is Pointe du Hoc located ?

Located halfway between Omaha Beach and Utah beach, Pointe du Hoc is at a distance of just under 30 kilometers (18 miles) from Bayeux. The site is famous for being one of the assault areas on June 6th 1944 Normandy Invasion of WWII. It was a key feature of the German defensive fortifications. The site reminds us of what an artillery battery looked like.

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