Juno Beach, Saint-Aubin-Sur-Mer

4.3
#6 of 12 in Beaches in Calvados
Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
At Juno Beach, see the place where Canadian and British troops first landed during World War II's Operation Overlord in 1944. Today, a cultural center and a museum stand here, commemorating the lives lost and drawing plenty of visitors to the area. You can learn more about this historic site from the pamphlets and boards, or by joining a guided tour. Take a break at one of the numerous restaurants and cafes on site. By using our Saint-Aubin-Sur-Mer trip itinerary maker app, you can arrange your visit to Juno Beach and other attractions in Saint-Aubin-Sur-Mer.
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  • The beach is a swallow water beach. Nice sand and plenty of space to walk. We had stayed the for summer holidays and enjoyed the water and the walking around the beach ... in addition to the memories....  more »
  • always a sobering experience, it become even more poignant to visit during the 2019 75th anniversary of D-day, with an amazing veteran whom disembarked here and who was returning for his first time...  more »
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  • Beautiful location now with many reminders of its past.
  • Very humbling to stand on the beach and think back on the events of D Day.
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