France Normandy

Educational trips to Normandy

Normandy, from where William the Conqueror embarked to invade England in 1066, and the Allies landed to liberate France on 6th June 1944, shares so much history with the UK, making it an excellent option for school trips.

Our trips cover history, both medieval & modern, language, & culture. There are fascinating visits all over the region, from Mont Saint-Michel (one of France’s most stunning sights) in the south, Cherbourg in the north, Rouen in the east – and everything else in the middle!

Choose from one our ready-made trips, or we’d be happy to work with you to design an itinerary that works best for you.

Normandy 3 Nights

This tour is a great opportunity for schools and college groups to visit some of the traditional and historic visits in Normandy. Enjoy meeting the locals, seeing traditional France and trying out the local cuisine.

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Normandy 4 Nights

One of our most popular trips Normandy is perfect for getting the most out of your educational experience. Visit places such as Mont St Michel, one of the most important places of medieval pilgrimage and practise your French language skills.

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D-Day Normandy Tour

A great opportunity for school groups studying D-Day and World War Two to visit many of the sites that were part of that fateful day, including landing beaches and museums.

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“We have been on three trips organised by The School Travel Company now and they have all run very smoothly.”

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From William the Conqueror to the D-Day beaches.

Our Normandy Accommodation

Gold Beach Hotel

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Just 200 yards from Gold Beach, scene of the D-Day landings, this straightforward, low-rise hotel is 14 km from Jardin botanique de Bayeux.

The hotel offers free Wi-Fi access and fully furnished rooms some of which overlook the sea. All rooms offer ensuite facilities.

A breakfast serving pastries and baguettes is available each morning.

Connect with History in Normandy

Normandy is the perfect destination for a school trip. Rich in historical sites and affordable: it’s not a hard sell.

Getting to Know Normandy

Normandy is one of those places Sylwia always wanted to visit but had never had the chance. So what could have been better than to join in a trip organised by the Normandy Tourist Board?