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D-Day Landing Beaches

15th - 19th June 2025

Embark on a captivating 4-night French tour focusing on the historic D-Day Landing Beaches in Normandy. On 6th June 1944, these five beaches - Omaha, Utah, Gold, Sword, and Juno - became the epicentre of the largest seaborne invasion in history. 

Accompanied by a knowledgeable Battlefields Guide, we will travel by coach along the Normandy coast, delving into the remarkable events of that pivotal day. 

The tour also includes a day of leisure, offering you the opportunity to explore the charming region of Normandy at your own pace. You might choose to visit Bayeux, Caen, the stunning Mont Saint Michel, or delve deeper into the history of the Normandy landings. 

Additionally, we feature an exhilarating car run across the picturesque Cherbourg Peninsula, enhancing your experience of this historic and beautiful region. 

(price based on two people sharing a room)

£1,499 per person
Brief tour overview
  • DAY 1: Arrival at La Ferme de la Rançonnière & Tour Briefing

  • Day 2: Guided Battlefields Tour by Coach

  • DAY 3: Day at leisure

  • DAY 4: ‘Cherbourg Peninsula’ Run

  • DAY 5: Tour end & departure

What's Included

  • Return Ferry Crossing from Dover to Calais

  • 4 Nights at La Ferme de la Rançonnière

  • Welcome drink on the first night

  • Breakfast each morning at the hotel

  • Dinner each evening at the hotel

  • Full day Guided Battlefields Tour by Coach

  • 1 Coffee Stop

  • 1 Organised Run

  • Detailed Road Book (Please note that Tulip Books are not provided for non-UK tours)

  • Commemorative Tour Rally Plate

  • Car Parking at Hotel

  • Services of a Backwater Tours Representative throughout the tour

What's Not Included

  • Admission for optional attractions

  • All drinks, to accommodate individual preferences


We have included a Ferry Crossing from Dover to Calais in your tour, however if you wish to change the route, operator or simply to remove this from your booking, please contact us for a specific quote.

To book online, click here

Or call us on 01732 879181

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