|Highlights||Discover Sainte-Mère-l’Église, heart of the jump zone for the 82nd Airborne.
Visit both Utah and Omaha landing beaches.
Walk upon Pointe du Hoc and learn how US rangers scaled this vertical cliff.
Pay tribute to those fallen at the U.S Cemetery in Colleville
Join us for this Normandy battlefield full day tour and join our knowledgeable English speaking driver/guide with for a full day visit to the key beaches, sites and museum linked to D-Day. This small group tour will take you to different points of interest such as the inescapable Omaha and Utah landing beaches, U.S. cemetery, the preserved Pointe du Hoc site and historic Sainte-Mère-Eglise village. Discover all the Normandy region has to offer and immerse yourself in the poignant historical period of D-Day.
8.50 am - Meeting point in Place du Québec Tour Operator pick up zone.
9.00am - Depart from Bayeux
- Stop at Sainte Mère Eglise
- Stop at Utah Beach
- Stop at Pointe du hoc
- Stop at Omaha Beach
- Stop at U.S Cemetery in Colleville sur Mer
5.00pm -Return to Bayeux
|Included||Pick-up and drop-off at centrally located meeting point in Bayeux.
Travel in comfortable, air conditioned Mercedes Minivan
Stop at Utah & Omaha Beaches.
Visit US cemetery in Colleville.
Visit of “Pointe du Hoc”.
Stop in Sainte Mère Eglise.
Free WiFi access on board.
Bottled water in the vehicles.
|Excluded||Entrance fees unless mentioned
Personal insurance & expenses.
Eventual gratuities for the driver/guide.
Food and drinks.
|Know before you book||Instant booking confirmation
Maximum 8 persons per tour.
Tour requires minimum 2 passengers (adults) to operate
Prices are per person.
Currency is in Euros
Tour is not wheelchair accessible.
|Know before you go||Wear good walking shoes.|
Dress Code: Wear 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|
|Product Start Date||2020-03-01|
|Product End Date||2020-11-30|
|Booking Cut-off||15 minutes|
|Minimum||2 guests per booking|
|Maximum||8 guests per booking|
|Valid||8 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||€100.00||Available on request|
|Child||4-12 years||€50.00||Available on request|
|Senior||65-94 years||€95.00||Available on request|
|Terms and Conditions||
Please contact us for all our terms & conditions
Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your reserved departure time of 9 am at Place du Québec.
How did Utah beach get its name?
Utah beach is the most westerly beach of operation Overlord. It was added at the last moment to the Allied Plan with the aim of seizing the Port of Cherbourg. It was one of two landing areas for the U.S forces, the other one being Omaha located between the villages of Colleville sur Mer and Vierville sur Mer. The names of both U.S landing beaches is believed to have come from the place of origin of 2 NCO's who were working for D-Day ground troops commander General Omar Bradley. The two men were carpenters and were assigned to prepare a London Headquarters for invasion planners. Even though this anecdote has never been proven, it is known that the names were random and that the most important was that the beaches were named with radio clarity in mind.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.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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