Usually a two or three day tour with nights away from the chateau In Bayeaux the home of the Bayeaux tapestry and a cathedral built in 1066 .
The tour includes a visit to all of the D day beaches and associated museums which includes Pegasus Bridge, the gun batteries at Merville, the Mulberry harbour at Arromanche, St Mere Eglise, Dead mans Corner, Pointe Du Hoc .The American cemetery at Colleville, The English cemetery in Bayeaux the Church of Angoville-Au-Plain, The Normandy German Cemetery.
Each Itinerary is fully customisable .
WW1 Tours in Northern France/Belgium
All Tours cover o the WW1 battle fields as required , such as the British memorial at Thiepval, the Grand Mine, Belleau wood , Verdun , Mons in Belgium , The Somme , Vimy Ridge, The Ulster tower Australians memorials at Poizieres , The Newfoundland memorial and associated battle grounds.Tours will include visits to English, Commonwealth and American cemeteries as required.If required we can break the tour with a night and day in Epernay the home of Champagne where the cellars of the famous Champagne Marcs can be visited.
For those visiting The resting places of relatives who died in World War 1
Prior to the visit we can search records to establish where relatives are commemorated and areas in which they served
Dieppe Raid 1942
Tour of Dieppe to see the site of the disastrous Raid on Dieppe in 1942 and the Canadian War memorials
St Valery en Caux and area
51st Highland division (1940) commemoration tour in and around St Valery En Caux .
Visit the site of camp Lucky strike and American memorials .