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Visit Normandy and uncover the history of D-Day

D-Day Normandy logo vertical 2015 On 6 June 1944, Normandy was the scene of the largest seaborne invasion ever mounted when the Allies landed on its beaches - the D-Day Landings playing a key role in ending World War Two and in bringing about the freedom we enjoy in Europe today.

Remember them and discover history for yourself

So many years on, a pilgrimage to Normandy's beaches and battlefields is as educational as ever. There are museums, monuments and exhibits to visit year round where you can experience history for real.

To find out more about D-Day and the liberation of Normandy, take a look at our new D-Day guide and infographic.

D-Day events & attractions

Find out more about the 70th Anniversary of D-Day and the Normandy Landings including events and the best WW2 sites and attractions to visit.

Sail direct to Normandy

Normandy's D-Day attractions are easily accessible via our ferry ports in Caen, Cherbourg and Le Havre with regular sailings from Portsmouth and Poole.

Plan your visit to Normandy

Use our new Trip Planner to find a great selection of things to see and do in Normandy including D-Day attractions and much more.

Great value holidays and short breaks for your own Normandy landing

D-Day Normandy Tours from £230 per person

3 Night B&B Car Tour
Our original D-Day tour gives you a remarkable insight into the scale, ferocity and poignancy of Operation Overlord.

Gite and cottage holidays in Normandy with your car

Enjoy the freedom of your own place in Normandy - at least for a week or two. Choose from our range of properties throughout the region and plan days out to your chosen D-Day sites.

Hotel holidays in Normandy with your car

Whether you want top-class cuisine, a pretty seafront location, a blissful rural retreat, something a little more unusual, or simply somewhere to lay your head, you're sure to find a hotel to cater for your every need.

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