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All reviews the cliff both sides pebble beach white cliffs breathtaking views walk up worth the trip sunny day day trip small church golf course high tide take your time claude monet nice walk coastal town both directions
This is a really haeaven in the edge of the world. By the tim we were in Etrotat it was really windy and cold but it is worth a visit in a life time. The village itself is really beutiful and charming!
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I had always seen photos of this place and wondered if i would ever be able to make it there and one fine day i did! It was more than i had expected.. This is place is simply beautiful. Its a pebble beach ie no...More
Lucky to be in Étretat on a sunny crisp winter day. No tourists and cliff walk to ourselves. Low winter light made cliffs glow with green. Imagine it would be unpleasant at peak tourism season or in the rain.
The cliffs of Etretat are probably the most spectacular in Europe. The sea water sculptured in the limestone rocks fantastic shapes.. The beach is covered by pebbles which have the size of a goose's egg. The views are incredible!
Absolutely, totally loved walking to the top of the cliff! Changes in colour and in season from one moment to the next! Almost surreal! No wonder Claude Monet was inspired by the place! Fabulous! Tiring but worth it! Soooooo many photos!!!! Great in autumn as...More
Étretat is a French commune located in the department of Seine-Maritime in Normandie. Once a modest fishing village, it has become a renowned seaside resort by virtue of its magnificent and unrivaled palisades with awesome views from the soaring cliffs rising from the sea. I...More
We arranged a tour to the cliffs. The Cliffs our impressive but I would not consider this a must see. The weather is integral to enjoying this site. From the beach we did not have enough time to walk all the way to the top...More
I doubt there is any place else in the world like the Falaise d'Etretat. I took the walk along the path, starting at the beach and heading up and across La Falaise d'Aval. These white stone cliffs rise like behemoths from the water in shapes...More