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Remains Mulberry Harbour

Harbor of Arromanches les Bains Place du Groupe Ile de France | Plage d'Arromanches, 14117 Arromanches-les-Bains, France
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Harbor of Arromanches les Bains Place du Groupe Ile de France | Plage d'Arromanches, 14117 Arromanches-les-Bains, France
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Incredible to witness this historic beach. It is amazing to comprehend how all this was achieved in 1944 and in such a short time.

Reviewed 1 week ago

Arronmanches has the best views of the remains of the Mulberry Harbor. It's a lovely seaside town with a number of souvenir & gift shops, restaurants. Worthwhile to visit this beach town.

Thank Sue M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Scale and scope of the undertaking of the temporary harbor is evident when standing next huge hulking metal.

Thank Jenny H
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The prefabricated harbour was an engineering miracle. The fact that so much of it still remains is testimony to the quality of the construction at various sites in the Solent. towed across the Channel and installed here to sevice the needs of materiel for the...More

Thank RobertFGCarter
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were on a D-Day & Normandy tour and stopped in Arromanches to see the remains of the Mulberry harbor and to understand more about the June 6 invasion. Looking at these remains and looking at photos of the artificial harbor at the same time...More

Thank bu67
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Arromanches is a small french town that was used by the allies during the retaking of France from the Germans during WWII. The Allies built a huge artificial harbor and pieces of it are still visible. There is easy parking off season and at low...More

Thank rr177
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This was another stop on the tour of Normandy. I think it was one of my favorites. I couldn't believe that there were remains of the Mulberry Harbor. You can actually walk along the beach and imagine what occurred. Also, high up on the hill...More

Thank Tinyte13
Reviewed 15 October 2017 via mobile

Whilst on our stay in Arromanches-les-Bains, we took a wonderful walk along the beach & as a result, the remains of the Mulberry harbour. There are some which, when the tide is out, remain 'on the beach' & others can still be seen out to...More

Thank Frodo848
Reviewed 14 October 2017

It is amazing how much of the artificial harbor remains after 73 years. The beach and town are beautiful and seeing the scope of the artificial breakwater and the remains of the floating docks was incredible. It isn't a long visit since you can see...More

Thank jbg74
Reviewed 13 October 2017

The remains of Mulberry B at Arromanches, nicknamed Port Winston, still show how big D-Day was as an operation. It was one of two harbors. Mulberry A should have been at Omaha Beach, but was destroyed by a summer storm in June 19th-21st 1944. The...More

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