Normandy's D-Day Landing Beaches and Historic Bayeux
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Thoughts of Normandy are inextricably linked to remembrances of D-Day and World War II. We invite you to cycle to famous D-Day beaches, like Omaha Beach, and other locations connected to the Allied invasion, such as the military cemeteries, man-made harbors and bullet hole-scarred buildings. In some ways, this cycling tour of Normandy is also a pilgrimage, as you will have plenty of time to reflect on the historical events that occurred here in northern France.
Life in Normandy is peaceful, and you will be able to explore the stunning coast and the magnificent countryside at your own pace. The flatness of Normandy makes for an easy ride, so you’ll have lots of time to park your bike and visit the attractions you choose. The region is known for its apples and dairy products, as well as excellent seafood; you can eat at local restaurants and cafes, or perhaps buy local produce, such as Camembert, Livarot, or Pont-l'Évêque cheese, and enjoy a picnic!
- 5 Days
- On-road|Quiet Roads
- Tour Language:
- Cost From:
- EUR 485
Tour Distance & Dates
- 198 Km
- Riding Days:
- Starts any day from April through October
“Book 4, Save 10%” until March 1st
Book 4 (one form only) on this tour until March 1st for any travel dates in 2019 (subject to hotel availability) and your trip will be discounted by 10%.
Note that the tour has to be booked as such (no ‘tweaking” is possible)
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: €150-€160
Shoulder and high season supplements €30-€45pp
4 nights' accommodation
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
Shorter routes available
Hybrid bikes are available at the rate of 90 euros per bike. E-bikes are available at the rate of 190 euros per bike. These prices include the drop-off fee for the bike's return to Bayeux.
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