Arromanches during the second World War.

The site of a major German radar base, this small fishing village was subjected to the German Occupation restrictions. Liberated on June 6, 1944 by the British, it became the scene of the most extraordinary demonstration of allied military genius with the creation of the Mulberry B.

Arromanches 360 –Circular Cinema

An immersive and unique film in France that plunges you into the events of the Battle of Normandy.


Liberators Museum -Normandy 1944

The Liberators Museum in Arromanches houses a collection of objects donated by veterans of the Battle of Normandy.


Arromanches Militaria

Store specialising in 1939-1945 military antiques and memorabilia.


Arromanches Plongée divingclub

The YCPWATP diving club in Arromanches offers you a discovery tour of the vestiges of the Normandy Landings in 1944, together with the local fauna and flora.
This FFESSM-affiliated club (French diving federation) welcomes you to its premises in the vicinity of the D-Day heritage sites.


Bayeux Intercom TouristOffice – Arromanches Office

Languages spoken : English, Spanish


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