Where the white cliffs plunge into the sea!
The beautiful Parisian world fell in love with this small fishing village, fascinated by the landscape of white cliffs overlooking the sea and the beautiful pebble beach. Today it can rightly be considered one of the most renowned and elegant seaside resorts of the whole of Normandy. It is no coincidence that, over the years, it has been a popular destination for great painters, writers and composers. One more reason to do at least a visit, here. Not to mention the Manneporte ....
La Falesia d'Aval, at the south end of the beach, with a superb view of the village and the coast.
TheAiguille d'Etretat, or a sort of pointed obelisk high about 70 meters.
La Manneporte (literally: Magna Porta): a colossal natural arch that presents an extraordinary opening of over 90 meters.
La Falesia d'Amont, which closes the small inlet.
HOW TO GET
On the road, by car or motorbike, through the D940 from Fécamp (12 km), the A13 motorway from Paris (about 205 km), from Deauville through the Normandy Bridge.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT: only with the bus. From Le Havre, the nearest train station, buses leave for the city.