Formerly a modest fishing village,
Étretat became a renowned seaside resort in the 19th century.
The small town is located north of le Havre,
on the coast of the English Channel,
on the Alabaster Coast which is part of the Pays de Caux.

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.

Recently the Lupin TV Series by Netflix added a lot notoriety to the town.

View on Etretat by Jörg Braukmann 2019

Les Bains de Mer in Etretat by Eugene Le Poittevin 1864

Etretat fishing Boats leaving the harbourg by Claude Monet 1885

Etretat 14th July view through the window by Henri Matisse 1920

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