School Trips to Normandy – A Thousand Years of British History!
School trips to Normandy are as popular as ever for UK Schools. From William the Conqueror to the D-Day Landings, this region of France has played a huge role in British history. In addition to the obvious wealth of historical attractions, the region also boasts 400 miles of magnificent sandy coastline as well as a host of charming towns, villages and fishing ports. For more information about what you can do on a school trip to Normandy please click here.
If your school group wishes to broaden the educational perspective beyond D-Day, Normandy’s rich culture and heritage offers many other fascinating possibilities. A school trip to Normandy can take in places of interest such as Bayeux and Deauville, and slightly further afield is the impressive medieval city of Rouen and the World Heritage site of Mont St Michel. Why not take a look at our popular Best of Normandy 4-Day Tour.
We have several well placed centres in Normandy that offer excellent accommodation and facilities for school trips to Normandy. Take a look at some of our most popular Normandy centres in Asnelles-sur-Mer, Merville-Franceville, Bernieres-sur-Mer and Houlgate.