The beaches of Normandy were the scene of a major historical event of the 20th century. These swaths of sand steeped in history house several sites that commemorate the Allied landing on June 6, 1944: museums explaining the military operations, memorials, cemeteries, and places to honor the thousands of men who fell during the Battle of Normandy. Be sure to visit the Caen Memorial Museum, the Hoc strategic point between Utah Beach and Omaha Beach, the Colleville-sur-Mer American cemetery, the center of Juno Beach where the Canadian troops landed, Mulberry (the artificial port of Arromanches), the German battery in Longues-sur-Mer on the cliff at Gold Beach, and the village of Sainte-Mère-Église, one of the first to be liberated. Walking distance from the campsite, the Utah Beach D-Day Museum is also a must-see during your trip.
Our Utah Beach campsite is perfect for visiting the beaches and your holiday by the sea in Normandy. The campsite is only a few meters from the beach. You can get to the D-Day beach right from the campsite.