Tour of York & North York Moors

This tour is perfect for people who have an interest in walking and mountain scenery.

York & North York Moors

Code-named ‘Operation Overlord’, the D-Day landings were the largest seaborne invasion in history. Early morning on 6 June 1944, swarms of landing craft hit the beaches of northern Normandy and tens of thousands of Allied soldiers began pouring onto French soil.

The majority of the 135,000 Allied troops who arrived in France that day stormed ashore along 80km of beaches north of Bayeux code-named Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword. The landings on D-Day – also known as ‘Jour J’ in French – were followed by the 76-day Battle of Normandy.

Today there are many memorials at the beaches and along the Normandy coast. German bunkers, gun batteries and more proof that the intense fighting took place. We can now enjoy these beautiful beaches for the peace they offer us today, but the events that took place at these historic sites offer something different.

Go for a walk along these historic beaches and imagine the events that took place here on D-Day. Several companies in Normandy offer tours of the beaches. Also visit the cemeteries, very sobering when you see the rows and rows of unmarked graves.

While in this same part of France we would also suggest you visit the Bayeaux tapestry. The tapestry is a band of linen 70 metres long, on which are embroidered more than 70 scenes showing the Norman Conquest. The story begins with a prelude to Harold’s visit to Bosham on his way to Normandy in 1064 and ends with the flight of Harold’s English forces from Hastings, 1066.

£500

Low Season

£550

Mid Season

£620

High Season

£250

Deposit

Itinerary

York | Molton | Pickering | Low Dalby | Scarborough | Whitby | Goathland | Grosmont | Rosedale Abbey | Hudson-Le-Hall

Highlights

City of York | The Shambles | York City Walls | York Dungeons | Jorvik Centre | York Minster | Ghost Walk, York | Whitby | Whitby Abbey & Dracula Experience | Scarborough | Pickering Castle | Heartbeat Country, Gothland & Grosmont Dalby | Forest (walking & mountain biking) | North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway | Eden Camp Museum

What’s Included

7 Nights Accommodation on Pre Booked Campsites (including electrical hook up) – Based on 2 adults only.
Our travel pack includes full itinerary, map, campsite directions, routes, GPS coordinates, suggested sightseeing and tourist activities en route, tips and advice on motorhoming on the continent.
Dogs can be catered for upon request.
Low Season: November to March
Mid Season: April, May, September and October
High Season: June, July and August

What’s Not Included

Hire of the motorhome.

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