Discover the Normandy landing beaches and let yourself be guided through these sites full of history!

First stop: Caen Memorial. Unique in France, this Peace Memorial presents the keys to understanding the Second World War, from its origins to its final fallout in 1989, and invites visitors to question themselves on this episode that changed the face of Europe and the world. You will have lunch at the museum restaurant “Les Pommiers” with the “Freedom” menu for our group.

You will then head for Arromanches 360°, a circular cinema unique in the world, where you will attend the panoramic screening of “The 100 Days of Normandy”, a film at the heart of the Battle of Normandy produced by the authors of Apocalypse.

Then it is time to stop at the Omaha Beach, also called “Bloody Omaha”, there the allies suffered the highest number of casualties. Next to Omaha beach, you will make a final stop at The American war cemetery of Colleville-sur-Mer: this 70-hectare site was granted for life by France to the United States. It shelters the bodies of the American soldiers who died during the D-Day Landings and the Battle of Normandy. 9 387 white marble gravestones are perfectly aligned on the field overlooking Omaha beach.

Return to Paris by 5:00 pm, arrival in Paris by 8:00 pm


This activity is available on Tuesday 20 September 2022 – one full day.

Duration: from 07:00 to 20:00 (round trip ± 6 hours)
Participants: minimum 20 people / maximum 32 people
Price per person: 240 € tax included
Included: Private minibus from and to Paris Convention Center, guided visit of the Caen Memorial, lunch, visit of the Omaha Beach, the American war cemetery, entrance to Arromanches 360
Not included: Transportation from hotel to Paris Convention Centre; Personal expenses

This activity is not accessible to disabled people with reduced mobility.

Mémorial de Caen © Murielle Ancillon Photographie
Mémorial de Caen © Murielle Ancillon Photographie
Plages du débarquement, Arromanches ©  Sabina Lorkin Anibas Photography
Plages du débarquement, Arromanches © Sabina Lorkin Anibas Photography