Juno Beach
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Daniel K
Angers, France141 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
The beach is a swallow water beach. Nice sand and plenty of space to walk. We had stayed the for summer holidays and enjoyed the water and the walking around the beach ... in addition to the memories of WWII
Written 6 January 2020
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John L
Calgary, Canada126 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Friends
My son and I spent most of the day driving the length of Juno Beach from St. Aubin-sur-Mer to Courselles-sur-Mer and walking the beaches & towns. Amazing history for Canadians and beautiful seaside communities. I would recommend a slow pace to really soak in the local atmosphere and template the numerous plaques commemorating the sacrifice & achievements of the Canadian soldiers, sailors and airmen.
Written 27 May 2015
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James C
Toronto, Canada3,368 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Couples
All along this stretch of beaches are remebrances of the courage and resolve of our Canadian troops. Assigned the toughest of the beaches we pressed further inland than any other force that day. The fortifications faced by our troops are still seen in some places today. The Cross of Lorraine marks where Charles Degaulle landed after D-Day to re-occupy his homeland. The people of this region are still so grateful to the allies for their liberation, all these years later.
Written 25 October 2015
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ASE01
Crawley, United Kingdom135 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Couples
In my opinion Utah gets the number one spot followed by Omaha.

Juno beach is a clean sandy beach with numerous attractions, memorials, museums, hotels and restaurants running along its length. When travelling along it you are well reminded about its role during World War 2, predominantly through the memorials and Canadian flags.

There are a few defensive structures still in place, they're not hard to spot, along with boards explaining what happened at that particular beach.

I didn't go to the museum dedicated to the Canadians but now wish I did as I've heard very positive reviews about it all.

Overall this location has a bit for everyone in the family- nice beaches, war related attractions and the normal beachside entertainment.... Well worth a visit.
Written 23 August 2015
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dublinmover
County Dublin, Ireland29 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2015 • Family
In the many years I have visited such sites I have rarely been moved by one such as Juno Beach and all its history. The Canadian Juno Beach Centre is a wonderful memorial to all those who gave their lives at D Day. The beach area is beautiful and well worth a stroll if you have time.
Written 20 August 2015
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eBismarck
Toronto, Canada53 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2015 • Solo
I have been to Juno Beach several times over the years. Obviously as a Canadian it holds a special place for me. The best time of year to go is during the yearly anniversaries. Book farther ahead for best/cheapest hotel spots during the June 6 period. A good base for a visit is Caen or Bayeaux. There is even public transport connection from Caen to the far end of Juno. The Museum is good and getting better. The town is starting to overgrow the area a bit. The history of the beach is very interesting including the story of De Gaulle landing (you can still see the Free French Cross in a prominent place in the middle of Juno beach landing area). It can get windy pretty quickly so bring a jacket. This was a battlefield so visit with respect and responsibly. A great visit to consider on your trip to Normandy. Great for history buffs and the curious.
Written 8 July 2015
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BigShrub
Hoylake, UK65 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2014 • Family
We took the children to this museum which had a quiz trail to follow around. The opening sequence in a room with projections all around simulated what you'd have seen coming into land on Juno Beach on D-Day. The doors open and you follow the story from Canada and what like was like to the invasion beaches. The quiz trail had facts for the children to find and then complete the puzzle. Well worth a visit the staff there were brilliant.
Written 27 June 2015
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DiggoryLondon
London295 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2019
Visited this beach in recognition of the 75th anniversary.

To stand on the beach and then visit the gun emplacement brings home just how exposed the Canadian troops were.

45,000 Canadians lost their lives during the war 359 on D Day - thank you.
Written 27 November 2019
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The_GR_Blade
Grandville, MI1,463 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2015 • Couples
This beach is more memorable than Sword since there a several monuments and reminders of the invasion in the same area. The Canada house stands out well on the beach and there is a few bunkers and pill boxes that have been filled in along the beach. Otherwise the sand has all been pushed up against the defensive wall to allow people to easily reach the water and it does make sense to do this from a safety point of view, I just wish there was an area or section preserved.
Written 4 September 2015
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AvidTraveler12
Winchester, UK1,813 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023 • Couples
We were on Juno beach as part of a group guided tour. Juno beach is of historic importance and was one of 5 beaches the allies landed on June 6th 1944.
There is really not much to see on the beach itself and the surrounding area is very built up with apartment blocks. The visitor centre gives you a far greater perspective.
Written 14 June 2023
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