9am - Meet your English speaking driver guide at the main exit of your ship and departure for a full day tour in Normandy including Etretat & Fecamp
Etretat is found in the Seine-Maritime department of Normandy, 20 kilometres north of Le Havre. The town is on the Normandy coast, and is renowned for its 70 metre high picture postcard white cliffs, and the arches and tunnels in the cliffs that jut out to sea, and a large rock needle. Both the cliffs and village are the scenic highlight of the region and not to be missed if you visiting this part of Normandy.
Apart from the cliffs there are three main 'formations':
- the falaise d'aval and the aiguille ('downstream cliff and needle);
- the manneporte, a second natural rock arch;
- the falaise d'amont ('upstream cliff'), a think rock that juts into the sea
Fecamp is situated between cliffs and has a medium sized pleasure boats harbor and a fishing harbor. There are several shopping streets, museums, restaurants and a cathedral.
Fecamp is the home of the Benedictine liquor which is still made there. There are several large German bunker complexes in the cliffs.
5pm - End of the tour at your ship