Read about me .
I will give you the most memorable tour of Normandy !
My childhood in Normandy
When i was a child I had a fantastic playground which i didn’t know much about. indeed i used to play in bunkers . This was my first link with history without knowing it . I remember visiting the Arromanches artificial harbour museum as a 6 year old and i loved discovering the history of the site and understand it. Visiting castles or museums was more meaningful to me than history classes. Make history come alive is what i love in my job.
My passion for languages
I have a passion for languages . I dont know why but i always had an interest for english. Nobody in my family speaks a foreign language.
After studying english and spanish applied to trade, i lived in northern ireland for a year where I was able to become fluent in english.
From Arromanches museum to Normandy Panorama
After working as a guide for a season at the dday landing museum in Arromanches, this same museum i visited as a 6 year old, i went back to university to graduate as a certified tour guide in 2007 .
Doing my internship at Mont Saint Michel abbey for a month and working for the Memorial museum in Caen for 2 years allowed me to learn a lot about my two main subjects of studies . Sharing history is a passion , i wanted to share much more about my normandy region, so i created Normandy Panorama in 2010 and became more knowledgeable about the whole area.
More about the Caen memorial : https://normandy.memorial-caen.com/
I have many stories to share with you. Growing up on the Gold beach sector, playing in bunkers gave me the interest to the history of world war 2.Meeting veterans and listen to their stories is amazing. I want to keep their memories alive and giving tours is the opportunity for it.
this gentleman flew a B24 bombarding Lisieux on Dday
Nice sunny day at Mont Saint Michel with a friendly tour guide
6 good reasons to choose Normandy Panorama
skip the lines
A bilingual local guide