The most easterly of the D-Day Landing Beaches, Sword Beach is the codename given to those stretching from Colleville-Montgomery to Ouistreham Riva-Bella....Read more
This jetty used to have a twin. But both jetties were destroyed at the beginning of the war by the Germans. The materials were mostly reused to build the...Read more
On the east side of the seawall, the fishermen’s pier is an extension to the Brèche Marais Street. It was brought from Ouistreham’s outer harbour in 1971....Read more
Remains of the Atlantic Wall fortifications built by the German forces surrounded by two small bunkers. Its gun decimated the first assault wave as soon...Read more
Remains of a German observation post part of the Atlantic Wall. It can be seen from the beach and from the street in Luc-sur-Mer. Not accessible.