Sourced from Wikivoyage. Text is available under the CC-by-SA 3.0 license.Ouistreham is on the coast of Normandy at the eastern end of the area of the D-Day beaches.
These days probably best known for its ferry port and services acting as a gateway between UK and France.
By ferryThere is a ferry service from Portsmouth operated by Brittany Ferries which takes 6-7 hours (3 departures a day in peak season).
By bicycleThe town lies on the Eurovelo 4 Cycle route.
phone: +33 231 97 28 69address: 106 avenue de 6 juin, 14150 Ouistrehaman old German Bunker from WWII that was captured by the British during the D-Day invasion.
La Rose des Ventsphone: +33 231 97 64 54address: 2 rue du marais, OuistrehamNice fish, pleasant, efficient staff. Sensible pricing. Willing to increase the pace of service if a customer is in a rush. Is opposite the picturesque cinema. Easy parking.