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Juno Beach

Discover Juno Beach and follow the steps of the Canadians


21 400 Canadian soldiers walked on the beach of Juno Beach on June 6th, 1944. Recruited on a voluntary basis, the Canadians were a half-million to be sent until autumn, 1944 on the French ground. A little more than 20 % of them was French-speaking, mainly native of Quebec. One thousand died for the only D-day, on Juno.

The contribution of the Canadians to the liberation of France was considerable.


Private and guided tour on Juno Beach 

From 09am to 3pm from Caen discover the Canadian landing beaches and take time to visit the juno beach museum. We make stops on Juno Beach from Bernières-Sur-Mer to Saint-Aubin-sur-Mer, the Juno Beach Center museum at Courseulles-sur-mer, the Canadian Cemetery at Bény-sur-Mer. We can also visit the Abbey of Ardenne at Caen.


Downlodable Documents

Map dday landing beaches