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German Battery of Longues-sur-Mer

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German Battery of Longues-sur-Mer

Guided tours have been suspended until futher notice



Key element of the Atlantic Wall, the battery at Longues sur Mer included a range-finding post and four casemates, each housing a 150-mm gun.


It was built on a clifftop overlooking the English Channel. In the heart of the Allied assault sector, it played a strategic role during the Normandy Landings on June 6th 1944.


Despite numerous allied air raids in the night of 5th June 1944, the battery was still operational on the morning of 6th June. It was disabled later that day by bombardments from allied battle ships at sea. On 7th June, the battery surrendered to British soldiers from the Devonshire Regiment.

Contact us!
Tourist Office of Longues-sur-Mer
Site de la Batterie
14400 Longues-sur-Mer
+33 (0)2 31 21 46 87

COMBINED TICKETS: buy 1 ticket for the Gold Beach tour (Longues-sur-Mer battery or Arromanches) and get the second one for 1 €. (applicable on full rate ticket).

Available at the Tourist Office

The german battery at Longues-sur-Mer

The german battery at Longues-sur-Mer

Author : Rémy Desquesnes, historian
Editor : OREP Editions

Highpoint of the Atlantic Wall, the German coastal artillery battery at Longues-sur-Mer is worth a detour. Contrary to Pointe du Hoc, the Longues battery, whose guns are still in place, fired on the allied warships on the morning of D-day.

Price : 5,70 €

Practical information

Guided Tours :


From 5 July to 27 August 2021, 
(14 July included)




Visit in French and English: 10:15 am

Visit in French: 11:30 am


Language: French and English


Individual prices :

Ticket sale on site, without prior booking


Adults: 5 €

11-17 years old: 3 €

Under 10 years old: Free (with family and excluding school groups)





Prices for groups :

Groups of 50 persons maximum

Language : French or English
Price: 125 €
Duration: 1 hour and a half

Reservations for groups should be made with our Promotion Department, Bayeux Intercom Tourist Office:

+33 (0)2 31 51 28 27

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