Might is pleased announce the arrival of our new guide Valerie Vaultier for the
2016 season. Her unique background and passion for the subject enhance our
already popular English speaking tours whilst adding the ability to offer a
French speaking tour when required. See
About Your Guides for more
Full Range of English-Speaking Tours of the D-Day Sites and Inland Battlefields
guideing at Thomas Meehan's crash site
of the American, British and Canadian sectors, from beaches to towns, from
hedgerows to fields, stories of both sides with personal accounts of the men
and women who were there, to walk in the footsteps of heroes, to show what, how
and when the men fought, undoubtedly for the liberation of France and
ultimately the freedom of Europe and the downfall of the Third Reich.
Also showing how men
from both sides could still, sometimes and sometimes not, act with chivalry,
defining the hardships of stress and combat.
TO SEE THROUGH THEIR EYES!
- Our tours are for small groups - 1 to 8 people - you
are not part of a huge group with no time for questions or interaction.
- Groups, Couples & Families are welcome
- Tours are given in English only
- Tours are normally 1, 2 or 3 days but shorter or
longer tours can be accommodated.
- We can arrange special tours to focus on your own
- Booking is free - but we will require a small deposit
to confirm your tour.
Your expert guide is Jules Vernon, a
premier Normandy tour guide and associate member of the Guild of Battlefield Guides and
of the European Tour Operators Association.
As well as first-rate tours, which treat
the battlefields and the memory of those that fought on them with due reverence
and respect, Jules can now offer you a selection of personal tours built upon
his experiences as a battlefield tour guide for the last 7 years. He has now
devised several "Classic" tours to show to you what happened here 70 years ago.
Jules has now developed a totally new approach to the idea of touring for those
of you that want to "get close and personal" to the ground where men fought by
offering a "Walking tours of the Normandy hedgerows", showing exact locations
of the foxholes and comparing "Then and Now". Please see the TOURS DETAILS