Every year, around June 6, the D-Day Festival is celebrated in all the neighboring communes of the landing beaches. Several decades after the landing in Normandy, a military operation that liberated France in 1944, the D-Day Festival commemorates the men and women who fought for our freedom.
It also celebrates peace, its current stability in Europe and more specifically the Franco-German friendship. These festivities take place every year but are all the more intense in emotion during the ten-year anniversaries where the international presence is considerable.
Take part in this global event and immerse yourself in the past by crossing period outfits and vehicles, reconstitutions of military camps and balls but also by attending the famous parachutes. In the evening, sound and light shows and concerts are organized. You will also be able to better understand these events by participating in conferences and exhibitions.