Fécamp, on "la Côte d'Albâtre"
Fécamp is located 10 km from the campsite l’Aiguille creuse, on the Alabaster Coast… It is called like that because of the white cliffs that stretch for 120 km ... a unique landscape in the world !
Fécamp belongs to the national network of towns and regions of art and history.
- The Cape Fagnet. At 110 meters in height, the Cape Fagnet offers breathtaking panoramic views of the sea, cliffs, and the port city of Fécamp. An official historic site, it is the site of the Sailor’s chapel and also World War II German blockhouses.
- Saint Etienne church. Originally constructed in the Middle Ages, the church was rebuilt in the 16th century on a promontory overlooking the harbour.
- The Holly Trinity Abbey, The abbey’s imposing size can be explained by its historical importance. Founded by Richard II, Duke of Normandy, the abbey is a pilgrimage sit housing the relic of the Précieux-sang (precious blood).
- The Bénédictine Palace, rue Alexandre Legros. Discover the extraordinary history of Benedictine, a liqueur that has been produced locally since 1510. This flamboyant palace is home to the Benedictine distillery and cellars, as well as a museum of sacred art.
The museum of Chocolate, route de Valmont.
Woody Parc– Playgroud in the trees - Avenue du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny
Yport - 7km
This fishing village, nestled in a hanging valley, remains engraved in the memories of coastal fishermen. A few capstans and small boats serve as reminders of a time past, when life in Yport revolved around the sea and its sailors ventured to the banks of Newfoundland. Yport remains a quiet and picturesque village.
The casino of Yport : Games are made... Roulette, Black Jack, slot machines, try to be lucky !