The landing beaches in Normandy - D-Day
- 8 thematic courses were created by the Departmental Committee of Tourism. They are materialized by road signs and information terminals. Their emblem is a stylized seagull in full flight.
They are marked by the 60 museums, memorials and military cemeteries already existing, namely: 24 museums, 8 memorials or large memorials and 24 cemeteries (16 British, 5 German, 2 American, 2 Canadian, 1 Polish, and 1 French) totaling 96,000 graves.From Merville-Franceville to Bayeux: Sword, Juno and Gold passing by Pegasus Bridge.
From Bayeux to Carentan via Saint-Lô: Omaha beach and the tip of Hoc.
From Carentan to Cherbourg: Utah beach and the port of Cherbourg.
Le Cotentin from Cherbourg to Avranches
De Caen Falaise
Alençon to join the Eagle.