White Chalk Cliffs and Arches at Etretat in Normandy
The white cliffs and three natural rock arches of Etretat are incredibly.
Located along France’s Alabaster Coast, these cliffs offer more than just steep walls.
Étretat is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in Normandie region in north-western France. Etretat is famous for its three natural arches and white chalk cliffs that tower high over the Atlantic Ocean. These natural wonders are freely accessible, as is the white pebble beach.
The coastal resort town Etretat on the English Channel in the Seine-Maritime Department of Haute Normandie (Upper Normandy) is famous for the two natural arches that can be seen from the oceanfront boardwalk and white shingle beach.
The path and steps to the top of the rocks lead directly from either end of the boardwalk. The views from either end are magnificent but Falaise Aval with the further sights of the needle and the third arch are the more popular.
Etretat Town Center
Etretat offers all the entertainment and trappings of a typical French and Normandy coastal resort.