Etretat
Seine-Maritime
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Things To Do in Etretat

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Mountain
Seashore
翱翔的大鲨鱼Étretat is a coastal town in the Upper Normandy region of France, often referred to as the Elephant Trunk Coast. On the seashore of Etretat, the three most famous sea gates are Porte dAval, Porte dAmont, and Manneporte. The sea cliffs and connected beaches here attracted 19th-century French landscape painter Boudin, realist painter Courbet, impressionist painter Monet and other artists. Swimming.
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Geological Sites
乖小咪The cliff of Avar is a famous natural attraction of Etretat. It stands on the cliff by the sea. It is very high, with a straight height of more than 90 meters. It is very dangerous to view from a distance. Here you can experience the beauty of the power of nature and watch the stormy waves of the Atlantic Ocean, which is really spectacular.
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Geological Sites
M32***23We spent a day in Etretat! At low tide, the pebble beach is very large. It's great to walk to the left or right of plqge! Restaurants and bars around the beach, Norman town.
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suifeng2019There is a small church on the cliff by the sea, built in the 12th-13th century, overlooking the town and the sea. The unique shape and the perfect combination of nature make this church also full of endless charm.
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Famous Residences
sangchungThe former residence of Maurice Leblanc in Etretat, France, a cultural tourist attraction newly opened in 1999, is the former residence of French writer Maurice Leblanc, the author of Arsène Lupin.
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Castle
UdjatChâteaudes Aygues Castle was built in 1866. It was the residence of many European aristocrats in history when they visited Etretat. The writer Dumas and composer Jacques Offenbach (1819-1880) also lived here.