We have been running  a Normandy tour for over 5 years, our first real D Day tour was in 20zxz for the 70th anniversary  and we have travelled annually for the celebrations which take place over the Normandy weekend.

We have now branched out and run several tours a year, visiting many of the infamous locations many of which are depicted in the film The longest day


Day one starts early, as is the want of Brittany ferries, and after clearing customs we head off to visit the landing sites at Merville , the cemetery   at Ranville, The location where 2560 war dead are buried including Lieutenant Den Brotheridge considered to be the first allied death on D_ Day