Blandford, Dorset
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Normandy Tour


Staying in the beautiful Chateau de Beaulieu

Visit Normandy

This is our well perfected guided tour of the D Day Beaches of Normandy. This year is even more special being 71 years since the D Day landings. It really deserves to be one of the top places to visit in the Europe. Relax and enjoy a great touring weekend staying in the beautiful Chateau de Beaulieu in Normandy. Sailing from Poole on FRIDAY morning arriving at the Chateau for lunch. Then out to explore the roads and sites around Normandy. We normally return to the Chateau around 1700hrs. Then enjoy a four course dinner and drinks.

  • Intended Dates: 19 MAY 2017 – 22 MAY 2017.
  • Tour Duration: 3 days, 2 nights
  • Estimated costs: £575
  • Deposit required: £200

What Is Included

This Tour is designed for those who would like to venture further afield and practice riding in Europe. If you are new to motorcycling or an experienced rider there is something here for you. The tour Includes: Return ferry Poole- Cherbourg 3 Nights en suite accomodation Breakfast and 4 course evening dinner with drinks All you will need is money for fuel and lunch if needed. We will do the rest. You will be led by an experienced guide whose local knowledge will ensure that you get to see all the right places and ride some great roads. If you have never toured before, this is an ideal opportunity to give it a try. See you all soon!!!!

  • This tour is best enjoyed by: Beginner to Experienced riders.
  • Costs include: Normandy Chateau, Luxury En Suite Room & Breakfast plus 4 course evening dinner, including drinks. Check out the gallery to view your room and the Tour locations.
  • Road Type: Combination of A, B and Unfenced roads.

Contact us today, we look forward to hearing from you

Places to visit

Explore Normandy and all of its beauty


Staying in the beautiful Chateau de Beaulieu 18th century country mansion in Normandy and is 10 minutes away from the city centre.

Omaha Beach

D Day – This historic beach was the primary point of landing on June 6, 1944. Walk back through history and discover the findings of the untold.

Notre Dame Cathedral

This Cathedral is known for its relation to the story of the Hunchback of Notre Dame, made famous by the numerous cartoons inspired by it.