Étretat Norman village in the bottom of a valley lined with chalk cliffs and flint, pierced with three arches.
This town once lived from fishing, shipbuilding timber was located there (Julius Caesar had built boats to invade England). Then painters, musicians and writers come to indulge their passion and then make Étretat a curiosity. Tourism is developing, fishermen and their boats are disappearing today some remain, the shipyard is still alive and keeps this expertise and heritage alive.
Side local specialties include cider, calvados, crustaceans and fish cooked in many restaurants Étretat.