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Alabaster - Cote Fleurie - D Day Beach - Cherbourg Peninsula - Paris- Self Drive

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11 to 16+ Nights from $798*
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This 11 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Rental Car for 9 days
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Alabaster Coast
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Cote Fleurie
  • Hotel for 2 nights in D-Day Beaches
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Cherbourg Peninsula
  • Hotel for 3 nights in Paris
  • Driving Time
    Paris- Alabaster Coast: 2 hr. 45 mins. approx.
    Alabaster Coast- Cote Fleurie: 1 hrs 24 min.
    Cote Fleurie- D-Day Beaches: 1 hr. 2 mins. Approx.
    D-Day Beaches- Cherbourg Peninsula: 49 min approx.
    Cherbourg Peninsula- Paris: 3 hr. 38 min approx.

Take one of the most spectacular driving routes in the world; France. Combine with a Rental Car and visit; Paris (the romantic City of Lights, stroll the Champs Elysses and indulge in the incomparable French cuisine), next is Alabaster Coast (part of the French coast of the English Channel, corresponding to the coastline of Pays de Caux and forming almost all of the coastline of Seine-Maritime); after that, Cote Fleurie (a 40-kilometre stretch offering sandy beaches, cliffs, and very popular and charming seaside resorts); and then, D-Day Beaches (Allied code names for the beaches along the 50- mile stretch of Normandy coast targeted for landing were Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword). From there, drive to Cherbourg Peninsula (also known as the Cherbourg Peninsula, is a peninsula in Normandy that forms part of the northwest coast of France). End this trip with a couple of spectacular nights, again in Paris before heading back home. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Normandy - Alabaster Coast

  • Normandy - Cote Fleurie

  • Normandy - D-Day Beaches

  • Normandy - Cherbourg Peninsula

  • Paris

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Trip Summary

  • Normandy - Alabaster Coast

    The Alabaster Coast charmed Boudin, Morisot, Pissarro, and Monet among many others, all fascinated by the play of light on the sea and white cliffs. Le Havre is a major port in northern France's Normandy region, where the Seine River meets the English Channel. Dieppe is a fishing port on the Normandy coast of northern France. On a clifftop overlooking pebbly Dieppe Beach is the centuries-old Château de Dieppe. Mers-les-Bains’ does not have much history. There are one or two noble families known to have been seigneurs of places within the commune; The coat-of-arms, carved in stone of the Mython family of Froideville.

    Explore The Palais Benedictine, Museum of Modern Art Andre Nakrayx, Les Jardins D'etretat, Chateau Musee de Dieppe, Porte d'Aval, Pont de Normandie and much more.

  • Normandy - Cote Fleurie

    Are you looking for a vacation or a weekend by the sea in Normandy? You want to go horseback riding in Deauville, swim in Trouville, cycle in Cabourg, go to a restaurant by the sea or go shopping in Deauville, stay on the Cote Fleurie in Calvados. You can go to the casino in Deauville, rent a b&b with a sea view in Villers sur Mer, go to the cinema in Cabourg, stroll on the fish market in Trouville, follow the rallye de la Cote Fleurie in Blonville sur Mer or go shore fishing on the beaches of the Cote Fleurie in Normandy. The Cote Fleurie is also Honfleur, where you can spend a weekend in Honfleur, an authentic and artistic city where you will visit painting galleries, taste seafood on the Vieux Bassin. Visit The Bayeux Tapestry Museum, Deauville American Film Festival, Eugene Boudin Museum, Maisons Satie, Ste.-Catherine Church and so much more!

  • Normandy - D-Day Beaches

    A visit to the beaches, where the greatest invasion force of all time landed, is a must for anyone visiting Normandy’s north coast. The 54 miles of Atlantic coast north of Bayeau - stretching from Utah Beach in the west to Sword Beach in the east - are dotted with WWII museums, monuments, cemeteries, and battle remains left in tribute to the courage of British, Canadian, and American armies that successfully carried out the largest military operation in history, D-Day. It was these tranquil beaches, on a rainy week in early June 1944, that the Allies finally gained a foothold in France; from this moment, Nazi Europe was destined to collapse.

    Visit Utah Beach and Museum of the Landings, Omaha Beach, Pointe du Hoc, Colleville-sur-Mer, Port-en-Bessin-Huppain, Longues-sur-Mer Battery, Juno Beach Center (Museum), Audrieu, and more.

  • Normandy - Cherbourg Peninsula

    Known to the British above all as a ferry port, Cherbourg has a gritty history as a naval harbour. It also has glamorous connections with cruise ships and major yacht races. Located at the top of Normandy`s substantial, western Cotentin peninsula, the deep natural harbour here is backed by steep wooded hillsides. It was an obvious place for a fortified port. Cherbourg prides itself on a vibrant local lifestyle and culture with its Italian-style theater, art and history museums, its basilica, the Ravalet castle and, of course, the Cite de la Mer. Set on the green slopes of the Cotentin, the city hosts the second largest artificial harbour in the world, part of the legacy of the 18th century. Enjoy The Omaha Beach, Cite de la Mer, Utah Beach, Tatihou, Airborne Museum, Cap de la Hague, Gatteville Lighthouse, La Hougue, Utah Beach Landing Museum and so much more!

  • Paris

    Paris is regarded as one of the most dynamic cities in Europe, and for good reason: the city assaults the senses; demanding to be seen, heard, touched, tasted, and smelled. Gaze at impressive monuments and savor its gourmet cheeses, chocolates, wines, and seafood. Paris is relatively small as capitals go, with many of its major sights and museums within walking distance of each other. A world of discovery awaits in every hidden corner and at all the famous sites, there is so much to explore.

    Visit the Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, Jardin des Tuileries, Latin Quarter, Avenue des Champs Elysees, Musee d'Orsay, Place de la Concorde, Arc de Triomphe and so much more!

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