It was amazing to see some place where time really stood still. Riding through the ranges, you get a sense of what it would have been like when the DDay preparations were happening. Once you reach the town, see the buildings and houses and read about the people, you get a sense of what it must have been like for all of them to just leave their homes and never come back and not by their choice.
Be sure to check the range schedule before heading there as you cannot access the village when the range is open.
Definitely worth a visit. Quite profound seeing the enduring effects of a war long ago.
Be sure to put donation in the boxes in the car park.
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