Remember the longest day in history as you see these long, wind-swept beaches. They are empty now. But you know how full of madness and death they were on 6 June 1944.
Utah. Omaha. Juno. Gold. Sword. You can fly over them in a private Cessna, drive along them in a military Jeep Willys, or sail in front of them in a private boat. You can also do all three.
Recall the strategy and scenes of D-Day with your historian guide. And you will feel renewed gratitude for those who fought and died here.