The must-see places

Beach of Saint-Jouin-Bruneval

With the cliffs of the Alabaster Coast as a backdrop, and a bed of pebbles from the erosion of these limestone cliffs, giving way to a large strip of sand at low tide, it is an ideal place for fishing. on foot, or a trip on a light boat, a very unique setting that nature lovers will appreciate.

It is in summer that it is most attractive and that the leisure offer is the densest, with proposals for all audiences. Children will have fun in the play area available to them, teenagers and adults can let off steam on the volleyball court or rent a nautical device (funboards, catamarans, paddles, surfboards) made available by the nautical base of the point beach, labeled by the French Sailing Federation.

The cliffs of Etretat

To discover the cliffs of Etretat during a short hike, you can follow the coastal path. This perfectly marked path runs along the cliffs and will allow you to discover unique natural sites and grandiose landscapes.
The coastal path connects the different gates of Etretat, and you can even follow it to the Antifer lighthouse. If you have the possibility, I advise you to take this path from Etretat early in the morning, to enjoy the sunrise which gives the cliffs superb colors.

Le Clos Lupin

Le Clos Arsène Lupin is the villa of Maurice Leblanc, the author of the adventures of the famous gentleman burglar. This very beautiful residence typical of the region, located in the heart of a charming park, now houses a museum dedicated to the world of Arsène Lupin. You will be able to see photos, original manuscripts, paintings as well as many objects having belonged to the author, and others which would have belonged to Lupin himself.

Port of Fécamp

Two hours from Paris, in the heart of the city, the marina of Fécamp located on the Alabaster Coast offers you an exceptional nautical setting a few minutes from Étretat.

The old market

Also called "Les halles d'Étretat", the old market designates the place from which once stood small wooden huts intended for the trade of merchants. Today these halls are home to traders and craftsmen and attract many visitors.

The Porte d'Aval

The Porte d'Aval, one of the 3 famous cliffs of Etretat, arouses the curiosity of tourists.
You can also go through the Trou à l'Homme and the bay of Petit Port; perfect places to contemplate the beauty of the Porte d’Aval.