Our Insider’s Guide To NORMANDY

Written by locals

Our Guide

Normandy Heritage

ByByChris RobinsonDec 30, 2021

Introduction From the reign of William the Conqueror through to D-Day, Normandy’s heritage and history have been turbulent. These historic events have left a rich heritage of cathedrals, abbeys, castles,…

A Guide To Medieval Bayeux

ByByChris RobinsonDec 30, 2021

Bayeux is a medieval town in Normandy and the first town to be liberated by the Allied forces after D-Day. It is also famous for the tapestry that tells the…

A Guide To The D-Day Sites

ByByChris RobinsonDec 28, 2021

D-Day took place on Tuesday, 6 June 1944 and was the Allied invasion of Normandy during World War II. Today, the D-Day sites are a key visitor attraction for those…

Omaha Beach

ByByChris RobinsonDec 20, 2021

Omaha Beach, was the code name for one of the five sectors of the Allied invasion of German-occupied France on D-Day. The beach is approximately 5 miles long (8 km)…

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