Located in Normandy, in the department of Calvados, Graye-sur-Mer is a charming little village on the coast of the Channel. It takes place about twenty kilometers from Caen, right next to Courseulles-sur-Mer, in the Bessin.
The municipality owes its fame to its beach which was part of the area of Juno Beach during the disembarkation of June 6, 1944. It was thus released by the Canadian troops disembarked on the spot. Today, Graye-sur-Mer is appreciated by tourists wanting to discover the landing beaches as well as the charms of Normandy.
Rich in architectural and historical heritage, the Norman village offers a wide range of leisure activities as well as unique and preserved landscapes. Graye-sur-Mer is the opportunity to admire the most beautiful sites of Normandy and to delve into the secrets of the Second World War.