The suggestive spectacle of white cliffs that fall to 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, Etretat can rightly be considered one of the most renowned and elegant seaside resorts in the whole of Normandy. It is no coincidence that, over the years, it has been a popular destination for great painters, writers and composers.
Natural beauties are the absolute protagonists of the place. Over all, the wonderful Manneporte, a colossal natural arch.
HOW TO GET
The town is not accessible in a direct way. No airport in the immediate vicinity, let alone a train station. The only options are cars and buses.
Given the distance is not excessive, Paris is a great starting point to reach Etretat. The Capital, in fact, is located just over 200 kilometers away.
From Orly and Charles de Gaulle, you need to reach the center. Longer times, instead, for those who should land in Beauvais. Through this link, all the info on Paris airports.
TRAIN AND BUS
The nearest train station is Le Havre, about 30 kilometers away. From Paris-Gare St Nazare, approximately 2 hours are used in Intercity, with tickets starting from 20.00 € per person, at a special rate that cannot be changed, and 39.00 € at a flexible rate.
From Le Havre, the LR24 bus, from the French company Keolis, allows you to reach your destination.
The car is a great way to get to and move around the region.
From the Paris airports, you can rent your car at the best price, and start the journey to Etretat, crossing the A13 towards Le Havre, and, subsequently, the D39, for a total of about 200 km.
Driving from Nantes, to the south-west, you travel approximately 400 kilometers.
Coming from the United Kingdom, crossed the English Channel, we arrive at Calais, distant 270 kilometers.