Normandy Landmarks: D-Day Sites and Mont-Saint-Michel
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Using our many years of bike touring experience, we designed this tour to include some of the world’s greatest historic landmarks. Beginning in Bayeux and finishing in the shadows of Mont-Saint Michel, this eight-day bicycle tour lets you experience all the wonders of Normandy.
Among the many highlights are the D-Day landing beaches, the military cemeteries in Colleville-sur-Mer and La Cambe, and the stunning island of Mont-Saint-Michel. We took care to include off-the-beaten-tourist-path coastal towns and historic villages, places where you’ll be sure to enjoy the region’s culinary specialties, and experience Normandy’s mythical countryside. All the rides are relatively short, making this a perfect tour for all riding levels.
We’ve managed to fit as many attractions as possible into an 8-day itinerary, but if you’ve the time and inclination, we can arrange for an optional post-tour extension to Saint Malo.
- 8 Days
- Tour Language:
- Cost From:
- EUR 1010
Tour Distance & Dates
- 405 Km
- Riding Days:
- Starts any day from April through October 2019
Winter promo: Book for 4 (or more) and get 10% off until March 1st
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: €370-€390
7 nights' accommodation as described above
1 dinner (drinks are not included)
Meeting with our local representative
Marked maps and/or cue sheets and route notes
Pre-loaded GPS unit (subject to availability)
Assistance if necessary (you will be provided with our local rep's mobile number)
All tax and service charges
Expenses of a personal nature
Bicycle rentals. Hybrid bikes are available at the rate of 115 euros per bike. E-bikes are available at the rate of 245 euros per bike (these prices include the drop-off fee for the bike's return to Bayeux). Road bikes are available on request.
Option A+: 6 nights in 3-star properties and 1 night in a guesthouse 'of character' from 1,210 euros per person. Single supplement is from 410 euros
Shorter routes available
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