Formerly a modest fishing village,
Étretat became a renowned seaside resort in the 19th century.
The small town is located
in the north of France
on the Alabaster Coast which is part of the Pays de Caux.
Etretat is part of the departement Seine Maritime
and the region Normany.
The town is 14 km west of Fecamp
70 km northwest from Rouen
and 180 km north of Paris
On the other side of the English Channel
thhe British city Eastbourne at a distance of 118 km Brighton is at a distance of 126 km
London is at a sky distance of 200 km, just a little more than Paris
Its white chalk cliffs and greyish pebble beaches
have made it a places appreciated by International Tourists.
Etretat is famous for it's cliff
Mainy painters and photographers contributed
to it's fame and aura.