- A ‘continental’ driving course in the UK
- Enjoy springtime at your Normandy campsite
- Visit the D-Day beaches of Utah and Omaha
- Discover spectacular Mont St Michel
- Appreciate the beauty of Normandy at your leisure
Mont St Michel
Pointe du Hoc
Port of Honfleur
Saint Laurent sur Mer
Calvados and cider tasting
Day 1 – Arrive at Rookesbury Park Club Site
Begin your tour at Rookesbury Park Caravan and Motorhome Club Site and meet your fellow first timers and tour hosts.
Day 2 – Driving course at Fontwell Park Racecourse
Meet up with your tour hosts and instructors from L-Busters driving school at Fontwell Park Racecourse, where you will have a specially organised driving course to prepare you for taking your outfit abroad. There will also be a presentation about driving in France given by Caravan and Motorhome Club staff. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Day 3 – Ferry crossing and arrival at Camping Port’land (N09)
Drive down to Portsmouth and take your Brittany Ferries crossing to Caen. Breakfast is included onboard the ship, and there are many facilities to enjoy during the crossing. Drive through the beautiful Normandy countryside and arrive at the campsite. Once on site there will be the opportunity to familiarise yourself with the campsite and to meet the owners at a welcome meeting and drink.
Day 4 – Free day to enjoy at your leisure
Ease into your Normandy holiday with a free day to relax at the campsite.
Day 5 – Discover the Mont St Michel
Enjoy a coach excursion to the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Mont St Michel. You will have time to explore the well-preserved Norman Benedictine Abbey of St Michel and the winding medieval streets.
Day 6 – Free day to enjoy at your leisure
Enjoy a day at your own pace. You could head a little further afield to the historical town and picturesque fishing port of Honfleur. The town is located on the estuary of the River Seine and its old harbour has been a subject for a number of artists including Monet.
Day 7 – Visit the D-Day beaches at Omaha and Utah
This full day coach excursion will take you to Omaha and Utah beaches where the American V Corps and VII Corps landings occurred. You will also visit the American cemetery at Colleville-sur-Mer and Sainte-Mere-Eglise followed by a visit to the Airborne Museum.
Day 8 & 9 – Free days to enjoy at your leisure
Enjoy two days at your leisure. You might want to discover some more about the Second World War history of this region at one of the many museums. Alternatively, take things slowly and enjoy the campsite.
Day 10 – Excursion to Bayeux
This morning, enjoy a visit to the charming and historic town of Bayeux, famous for its medieval Tapestry depicting the Battle of Hastings. No visit to Normandy would be complete without sampling some of this region’s finest specialities, so enjoy a Calvados and cider tasting with a local producer!
Day 11 – Final day at leisure and farewell meal
Enjoy your final day of the tour at your leisure. In the evening there will be a farewell meal at the campsite.
Day 12 – Depart the campsite
Depart the campsite and head back to Caen for your ferry back to the UK.
Please note this itinerary may be subject to change.
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