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Walk in the footsteps of the American soldiers who landed in Normandy on the 6th of June 1944. Your guide will give you a presentation on each site and you will be given free time to take photos and explore on your own. 

  • Full day tour from 9.00 5.30 p.m.
  • Tour in English only.
  • Group tour up to 15 guests maximum.
  • Air-conditioned minibus

Overlooking the eastern end of Omaha Beach, 9 387 men and women are resting on this graveyard.

Located to the western end of Omaha Beach. Dog Green sector was the worse section of Omaha Beach on D-Day.

The American Rangers had to scale the cliff to capture a German battery composed of 6 long range canons on top of Pointe du Hoc.

Pointe du Hoc nowadays
Pointe du Hoc in 1944


The 82nd airborne division had to capture this town in the night of the 6th of June 1944. See the famous church on top of which John STEELE got snagged.

Lunch on your own in Sainte Mère Eglise. You can also visit the Airborne Museum on your free time !

Sainte Mère Eglise, the church nowadays.


Liberation of Sainte Mère Eglise in 1944

The most western landing zone where the 4th Infantry Division landed on the first wave. This beach is made of sand dunes.

Utah Beach nowadays

Utah Beach on D-Day

Discover the story of Robert WRIGHT and Kenneth MOORE, two young American paratroopers from the 101rst Airborne division who transformed the little parish church into an aid station.

Monument dedicated to R. WRIGHT and K. MOORE
Angoville au Plain, the church

Please note that the schedule of the tour can be slightly different according to the traffic, the weather conditions or any other event disturbing the day.

American D-DAY Tour