Hotel de la plage Fécamp


Palais Bénédictine

Magical, eclectic architecture, this monument invites the discovery of a history and a product. In this exceptional site that is developed over a century Benedictine liqueur, 95% exported worldwide. Opened in 1900 the Benedictine Palace offers several interests.

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The port, the maritime district, the smudge

Harbour fishing for cod and herring to the 70s, Fecamp reconverted into the marina while preserving the memory of seafarers basins are occupied by the fleet of small trawlers, old sailing boats and rescue.

Along the docks, once home to the owners of houses alongside sailors brick and flint. If the smokestacks of smudge (fish curing in the vocabulary Fecamp) do not smoke, they still characterize the urban landscape described by Maupassant.

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Museum of Terre-Neuvas and Fisheries

Facing the sea, the Museum of Newfoundland and Fisheries tells of the adventures of sailors who went Fecamp for months to fish for cod in the icy waters of Newfoundland.

Part of the museum is reserved for the herring fishery, which made the fortune of the port since the Middle Ages, and processing of fish in the racket. A fine collection of models gives a broad view of the yachts to trawlers last century of our era. The museum also evokes other activities related to the sea : the shipyards, rescue, sea bathing, port development ...

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Etretat cliffs 

The cliffs at Etretat are among the most beautiful natural wonders of France. Very beautiful cliffs because of their whiteness, they are topped with greenery.

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Clos Arsène Lupin

At Clos Arsène Lupin, the family home of its creator, Maurice Leblanc, you can find the familiar environment, the memory of the gentleman burglar and follow his footsteps through a specially designed interactive and innovative adventures and mingle subtly the history of his time.

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Yport beach 

Yport is an authentic and typical fishing village on the open sea, with fishermen’s houses and beautiful villas of the nineteenth century, is on the road Yport Impressionists and the Road of Spices and Ivory.

Discover this village where cotoient history of fishing skiffs and time stamp of many artists, painters and writers, inspired by the beauty of the site.


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