Would you like to organise guided tours for your delegates and accompanying persons? Our group service can put together a tailor-made programme to suit your needs and budget: turnkey or à la carte programmes, visits to towns, sites or the surrounding area, classic or original programmes over one or more days.
Suggestions for guided tours for your delegates and accompanying persons:
Caen la mer, in the heart of Normandy, is a destination rich in promise where everything is there.
Through our guided tours, discover the rich and varied heritage of Caen la mer as well as its amazing history for more than 1000 years!
Tour of Caen, the city of William the Conqueror
During this visit, you can explore the city’s most famous sites : The Abbaye aux hommes and the Abbayes aux dames, symbols of the love between Williman and Matilda, and jewels of Norman Romanesque architecture ; and the castle, one of the biggest fortified structures in Europe. You can also admire some of the city’s finets private mansions, hidden courtyards, the marina and the racecourse
Visit of 2 or 3 hours by bus or on foot.
Visit of the Memorial de Caen
The Memorial de Caen is a must-see museum of the Battle of Normandy and the history of the 20th century. From the origins of the Second War to the end of the Cold War, the museum’s exhibits tell the story of the terrible history of the 20th century. Constantly renewed, the Memorial is today at the heart of the reflection on the place of History in our societies. During your visit, discover the different stages of the Second World War, from the rise of fascism to the Normandy landings and the Shoah. Numerous films as well as the new immersive room offer you a complete and varied visit. A space is also dedicated to the Cold War.
Visit from 2 to 4 hours with a guide or an audio guide.
Beyond our territory, the Group Service is able to take you to discover the unmissable sites of Normandy.
The D-Day Beaches
HA major memorial landmark, the D-Day landing beaches were the scene of a decisive turning point in the Second World War on 6 June 1944, a day that partly shaped the world today. Walk in the footspets of the soldiers who liberated France. Emotion guaranteed and a homage to their bravery.
1/2 day or full day classic tour to discover the D-Day beaches among the main sites of the Battale on Normandy : Pegasus Bridge, the SWORD , JUNO and GOLD beaches, the vestiges of the artificial harbour in Arromanches, the German Battery in Longues-sur-mer, the American Cemetery in Colleville-sur-mer, Omaha Beach, Pointe du Hoc, or the German Cimetery of La Cambes…
Visit from 4 to 8 hours by bus.
Honfleur, the côte fleurie and / or the Pays d’Auge
The Pays d’Auge : the postcard of Normandy with its half-timbered houses, its apple trees, its typical villages like Beuvron en Auge, classified among the most beautiful villages of France. Honfleur, city of painters and impressionism with its fishing, commercial and pleasure port, its old town with its old cobbled street and its half-timbered facades… The côte Fleurie and its famous seaside resorts : Deauville, Trouville or Cabourg…
Visit from 4 to 8 hours by coach.
The old medieval city of Bayeux has preserved its heritage, and in particular its cathedral, a jewel of Norman architecture linked to William the Conqueror and the Bayeux Tapestry, which is thought to have been embroidered to decorate the nave. Around the cathedral, the historic town centre escaped unscathed in 1944 and features half-timbered houses, manor houses with towers and private mansions. An immersion in medieval history and its secrets!
Visit from 3 to 4 hours by coach.
Le Mont Saint Michel
No need to introduce it, and yet each new visit is an emotion. A unique charm is conveyed by this rocky isle, its abbey and the bay that is its setting.
Listed by UNESCO as part of World Heritage and nicknamed the “Wonder of the Wetsern World”, its majety dazzles visitors. We can admire all the skill of the builders who left us a real architectural masterpiece in the Middle Ages.
Visit of 8 hours by coach.