These all taken over the past 10 years, Normandy was until this year ( can't see it coming off, to be honest) was a looked forward to 4-6 days in June. Sorry if these may seem a little " through other" as we would say but from different folders, different years. We always stayed in the Colleville area and would still say there is much to see both WW2 related and in Normandy, the Norman countryside and architecture is as beautiful as it is historic. Sunset on Port en Bessin, on Omaha heading to the Vierville draw. A view West to East of Omaha, the landing was at low tide so the distance to be covered can be appreciated. The proximity of the beaches is illustrated here, the Mulberry at Arromanches ( British Beach) is clearly visible. Vierville, our two dogs would love to be on this expanse of sand. MG bunker ( one of several) overlooking the road up to Vierville from the beach. Omaha seafront, the much-photographed bunker US troops walking past it. Marked for an emergency airfield.