My Normandy is such a beautiful place

Located on the Alabaster Coast, Fécamp, the former residence of the Dukes of Normandy, belongs to the network of Cities of Art and History.
Its historical heritage, the coast, and its proximity to Paris, Lille, and Brussels and the cliffs of Étretat make it a highly sought-after destination, ideal for a weekend or holidays full of culture and nature, sporting opportunities and leisure activities.




In Fécamp, close by the 3* Hotel Grand Pavois

The Bénédictine Palace, built in the 19th century, reveals audacious architectural beauty that unites neo-gothic and neo-renaissance styles. Today, it houses the Bénédictine distillery and aging cellars. But the palace, which features magnificent pieces of art from centuries past, also houses a contemporary art gallery and temporary exhibitions. Don’t miss workshops open to visitors: cocktails, distillation discovery, the olfactory experience of perfumes and aromas (for a fee, reservations required).

The Fishing Museum is open to visitors, starting from the belvedere, and it shares the adventure of fishermen who took to the seas to seek prized cod in the icy waters off Newfoundland. The visit includes collections of fine arts, as well as collections of Norman armour, costumes, and jewelry.

The Abbatial Church of the Holy Trinity and its 127 metres of gothic architecture house an exceptionally magnificent astronomical clock, which also tracks the tides, dating from 1667.

Cap Fagnet, which offers an exceptional panorama of the great oceanic expanses, was part of the Atlantic Wall during World War II.

St. Étienne church is a patchwork of architectural styles, from Renaissance to neo-gothic. Stroll by the choir and view spectacular 19th century paintings.

The Chocolate Museum, with its Discover Chocolate workshop, will delight the chocolate lover in all of us and share the secrets of how the cacao bean becomes a beloved chocolate bar.


A few minutes away from the 3* Hotel Grand Pavois

The famous cliffs of Étretat (16 km away), a grand site that is a must-see in the region, inspired the greatest impressionist painters, including Monet, Courbet; writers, including Guy de Maupassant, Victor Hugo, Alphonse Karr, Maurice Leblanc who wrote the famous novel The Hollow Needle. It is an exceptional natural site to explore on foot, by boat, or by kayak along the cliffs.

The little fishing village of Yport (7 km away) is known for its charming fishermen’s cottages and magnificent 19th century villas. Since 1929, it is classified as a seaside resort. The pebble beach is lined with traditional beach cabins and is full of the irresistable charms of yesteryear.

The Abbey of Montivilliers (31 km away) is entirely restored and classified as an historic monument. It’s perfect for a scenic stroll through the Heart of the Abbeys. It’s a wonderful opportunity to discover monastic life and the history of the City of the Abbesses.

The D’Allouville oak in Allouville-Bellefosse (30 km away) has reached the venerable age of more than 1,000 years, making it the oldest in France. It’s an ecological wonder you’ll not want to miss.

The eco-museum of apples and cider in Bretteville-du-Grand-Caux (12 km away) will reveal the secrets of cider (apple varieties, history, preparation) and offers tastings.

The escargot farm in Maniquerville (8 km away) will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about this odd gastropod. You’ll visit breeding workshops, the hatchery, the nursery, the fattening station, and the laboratory.




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