Normandy Beaches

By | February 23, 2016

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Normandy

 

The 72nd anniversary of the D Day landings. The largest seaborne invasion in history took place on Tuesday, 6 June 1944. Over 150,000 allied troops landed on the Normandy Beaches that day. The seaborne landings were on five beaches. The British beaches were code named Gold and Sword. The Canadian beach was code named Juno, and the Americans were Omaha and Utah beaches. We have put together a basic guide to accommodation both hotels and camping for the Normandy area. Also links to ferry crossing for Normandy and some museums in the area.

It’s still not to late to book.

Normandy Beaches

British and Canadian sectors

Ouistreham

Aromanches

Bayeux

Caen

Villers Bocage                 

American sector

Saint-Mere-Eglise

Carentan

Saint Lo  

Normandy  information

Normandy  Camping       

Normandy  Musuems    

Ferry crossing to Normandy