A MESSAGE FOR 2017

From Andy Sutherland - CEO of Bayeux Shuttle

A lot of work has been taking place behind the scenes to build on the success of the 2016 season. As we fast approach the start of full operations for the 2017 season, I am pleased to announce new additions to our service and network.

Our full timetable of services will start on April 16th, 2017. New routes for this season include:

Afternoon departures to Mont St Michel
Regular services to Pays d'Auge, Rouen, and Honfleur
More seats on more popular tours
and much more.

We have also been restoring our 1940's cafe that will be used to offer lunch to our clients on full day American tours. As you can see from the photo, the house was captured by reporters from Time magazine on June 7th, 1944. By the time the work is finished, our clients will be transported back in time!

Our ambition is to provide the best quality tours in Normandy. To facilitate this, we have invested in a new vehicle fleet, a guide training academy and a new booking office and coffee shop in the center of Bayeux. Our clients will be able to check in for their tour in complete comfort and enjoy excellent coffee and tasty food. 

Our tours are the most innovative in Normandy and to continue our groundbreaking approach, we are introducing many new and exciting features. Drone video footage will play a major part in how we educate our clients. Aerial videos with graphical overlays will allow customers to see the battlefields from a new perspective. 

Innovation is not just in our vehicles. We have innovated behind the scenes too. Developed in-house, we have a sophisticated system called, ALTUR. It manages guide planning, vehicle allocation, vehicle maintenance, online bookings, yield management, food ordering and much, much more.

2017 will be an exciting year for Bayeux Shuttle and we can't wait to welcome you on board. I trust that you will have a fantastic experience, and I look forward to meeting some of you on tour!

Andy Sutherland

CEO Bayeux Shuttle