Normandy Tickets & Tours

Experience the best of Normandy and D-day beaches with Normandy guided tours and Normandy D-day tours. Dotted with flourishing pastures and stunning coastline, the region’s picturesque beauty is unmatched. Book your Normandy tickets today to explore the amazing beaches and sprawling woodlands.
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Our tips for Normandy & D-Day Beaches

  • Say your prayers. You can't go on a Normandy tour without seeing the majestic abbey, Mont St Michel, which floats on an island just offshore.
  • Say cheese. Eat your way through this cheese heaven on your trip. From Camembert, Pavé d Aug and Livarot to Pont l Evêque, Neufchatel and Boursin, Normandy has all your cheese dreams covered.
  • Green thumbs up. This beautiful region has some exquisite parks and gardens ideal to add to your sightseeing bucket list. The Jardins de Castillon, and the garden of legendary Claude Monet are definitely worth adding to your list of things to see.
  • Plan your trip around festivities. May sees the arrival of plenty of festivities including the Joan of Arc festival and the annual Jazz festival, although it's not as warm as summer so don't forget to pack a jumper! If you don't mind the crowds and the extra cost, try and schedule your trip for June to coincide with the annual D-Day commemorations.

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With a stunning alabaster coastline and charming architecture, the region’s picturesque topography was once Monet’s inspiration and is in evocative contrast to its turbulent past. Although most famous for WWII’s D-Day landings in 1944, Normandy has played many leading roles in European history. In between your time spent at beautiful, pebbled Normandy beaches, renowned museums, or meandering country lanes, visit the spot where, in 1431, Joan of Arc was burned at the stake or see the celebrated Bayeux tapestry. Aside from the serious stuff, Normandy is also pretty cheesy, literally!

While several world-renowned cheeses are created here, seafood is also a specialty, with fresh oysters and mussels in constant supply. With both history and gastronomy, you’ll find plenty to do in this stunning coastal region.

While you are there, don’t forget to check out La Couronne in Rouen, circa 1345, the oldest inn in entire France. Normandy’s lace-makers are known for the rare technique of ‘point d’Alençon’ which can take up to 10 years to master.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Normandy?

    The tourist season lasts from June to September, so if you're looking for lower costs and fewer crowds on your Normandy tours, we recommend visiting in spring or autumn.

  • Q: What should I not miss in Normandy?

    Normandy is one of the most visited attractions in France. On a trip to Normandy, you should visit some of its iconic attractions like Mont St. Michel, Bayeux Tapestry, D Day beaches, Rouen, Caen, and Monet’s Garden.

  • Q: How do I get there?

    For a Normandy day tour from Paris, travel to the Caen, Rouen, or Bayeux stations to reach Normandy. If you fancy a French road trip, your destination is easily reached by car, just be wary of the frequent toll charges.

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