The Cliffs at Fécamp

Cliffs at Fécamp

Cliffs at Fécamp

Cliffs at FécampThe cliffs at Fécamp are as the cliffs at Etretat part of the Alabaster Coast. The best view of the cliffs is from the Cap Fagnet. The top from the cliffs here is 110 m high and is the highest point along the Alabaster Coast. On the Cap Fagnet is also a bunker complex situated, visits are possible but require a booking in advance at the tourist office.

Jurgen Huibers
Jurgen Huibers

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widi said...

Amazing Alabaster coast.

Joanne Olivieri said...

Gorgeous shoreline with those stark white cliffs.

GMG said...

It must be windy there... ;)