The Golf Omaha Beach was created in 1986 by Guy Dupont and designed by Yves Bureau, which has many golf courses in France and abroad to his credit. It is located on the coast near Bayeux and only a few kilometers from the D landing beaches and the American cemetery of Colleville-sur-mer where Steven Spielberg filmed scenes of "It's Needed to Save Private Ryan" among the 10,000 white crosses. The 36 holes present two different aspects of the local section very beautiful landscapes. Views of the sea from the Club House at the 6th hole, whose green dominates the port of Port en Bessin, and the last 9 holes give typical landscape of the Normandy countryside with its lush green meadows bordered by hedges. Each year, Omaha Beach Golf welcomes thousands of overseas players through its hotel *** and the Pierre et Vacances Residence. The historical richness of the site and the beauty of the landscapes make Omaha Golf an extraordinary experience.