Privatized sightseeing commented Ride
 Discover the secrets of Normandy pearl cost in a CONVERTIBLE CLASSIC CAR

For the second consecutive year we are rewarded the badge of excellence from Viator for the quality of our services.

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Referenced by Office de Tourisme 'Coeur de Nacre' by Calvados Tourisme by Normandy Tourism and by Cirkwi. Recommended by Petit Futé France Travel Guide 2023

Going back in time, making discoveries along the roads and re-entering the vintage universe of the 1970's...

Discover the seaside heritage of Normandy in a new way by being the passenger of an old convertible car!
Famous for its iodized air and invigorating baths, the Pearl Coast offers sandy beaches lined with pedestrian dams and punctuated by the famous white beach cabins. The ride stretches from Ouistreham to Saint-Aubin-sur-mer.

Two private guided rides of 3 hours are proposed and a 1 hour discovery ride:

Guided ride: The historical heritage of the Pearl Coast and its richnesses:
As we make our journey, immerse yourself in the charm of the picturesque stone villages of Ouistreham, Colleville Montgomery, Hermanville, Lion-sur-mer, Luc-sur-mer, Langrune-sur-mer, Saint-Aubin-sur-mer, Douvres la Délivrande, Cresserons, Ranville and enjoy the architectural richness of medieval fiefs, Romanesque or Gothic churches, Rococo, Anglo-Normand or composite villas. Dive into history and discover the secrets and the richness of our heritage!

Guided ride: The Second World War Landing Operations Theatre at Sword beach:
Normandy was the scene of the historic battle in 1944… On June 6, more than 150,000 soldiers disembarked by sea and sky in Normandy to liberate France and then Europe.

Discovery ride: The vintage discovery ride to dive back into the 70s:
This ride gives pride of place to the seaside of the Pearl Coast and its emblematic villages and landscapes along the coast. Feel the 'French Art de Vivre', enjoy a ride in a convertible classic car and go back in time as if you were back in 1976... Only during week-ends and during summer from July to September.