Visit Fécamp and Normandy
View of the North and South Piers
Located on the Côte d’Albâtre, the town of Fécamp is classified « City of Art and History ».
You will be able to appreciate the richness its ducal and maritime history by visiting the Abbey of the Sainte-Trinité, a Benedictine abbey built within the walls of the Castle of the Dukes of Normandy and the collections of the Musée des Pêcheries which will take in the footsteps of the Fécampois fishermen through history.
Abbey of the Sainte-Trinité
Musée des Pêcheries
Another great and mythical place to discover :
the Palais Bénédictine in Fécamp.
Let yourself be attracted by the scent of plants and spices, and discover the incredible history of the Benedictine monk Dom Bernardo Vincelli who created in 1510 a secret elixir. Today this liqueur is known throughout the world under the name Benedictine.
Palais Bénédictine in Fécamp
The cliffs seen from the Côte de la Vierge
During your stay you can enjoy a large bowl of iodized air by strolling along the pebble beach, harbor, the North and South piers with their lighthouses.
We advise you to discover the view of the cliffs from the Chapel of the sailors Notre Dame de Salut on the Côte de la Vierge. A landscape that will take your breath away!
If you want to know everything about chocolate, don’t miss the Musée du Chocolat which is 2 km from the hotel.
This tour will introduce you to the different stages of the transformation of cocoa into chocolate, the secrets of making pralines, ganaches and gianduja.
Without forgetting the tasting at the end of the visit!
Musée du Chocolat in Fécamp
View of the Needle in Étretat
Come and discover our region in a different way! Hop into your shoes or hop on to your mountain bike and come and wander over 150km of well-marked trails where you can explore the valley of Vaucottes and its rich heritage, the wood of the Loges and its wildlife or Senneville-sur-Fécamp and its steep cliffs.
Each village is full of history, each name has a special meaning. Yport, a small fishing village and the Ganzeville valley are two sites registered and protected, their visit is not to be missed.
Countryside in Normandy
Pebble beach in Normandy
Épreville, Gerville, Maniquerville, Tourville-les-Ifs are rural towns crossed by a network of paths and small roads where you can stroll leisurely. They are rich with varied architectural heritage from XVIIth century churches, to chateaux passing through mansions and closed hamlets.
Cricquebœuf-en-Caux and St Léonard are two communes where history is very rich, many traces of the past still exist.
Froberville, central point of the territor, is crossed by the old railway leading to Étretat. Life has developed around this axis to become and to remain the dynamic village that it is today.
Harbor in Fécamp
Sunset on the beach of Fécamp
Throughout the year, various museums and animations will welcome you on your trail for a break or a refreshment and the local shopkeepers will be happy to supply you by telling you a little story about their village.
The Tourist Office is 300 m from the hotel.
To prepare your visit and find all the information about the events, the exhibitions, the visits, … which are organized throughout the year in Fécamp and the surrounding area, please visit the website of the Tourism Office in Fécamp.