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In Normandy, at the heart of the tall white cliffs known as the alabaster coast, the picturesque village of Senneville-sur-Fécamp is situated 3 miles north of the seaside resort of Fécamp and 18 miles from Etretat made famous by Monet. At that point, the cliffs are 300 feet high.

The countryside and the pebbled beaches of Caux region are perfect for hikers and ramblers, lovers of nature, and those who wish to get away from it all. the GR21, a way marked path, which runs for miles along the cliffs top, passes via the vilage. the wilderness on the cliffs harbours a unique fauna and flora which is protected.

Nature, monuments, museums, art and history aboun starting just a few steps away with the 14th century village church and the Commonwealth war graves where scottish soldiers who fell during WW2 are buried and honoured. Further a filed, you will find castles, cathedrals, abbeys, museums (don't miss the world famous Benedictine or the Newfounland fishermen's museum in Fécamp!)

In the seaside resort of fécamp, youwill find a wide choice of restaurants, crêperies, bars and cafés and lots of seaside activities for a fun filled family day.

Take the time to walk along our cliffs, to watch and listen to the waves on pebbles, to pause and breathe in the sea air, and you will feel refreshed and recharged.

Some links:
The village of Senneville-sur-Fécamp
Tourist information bureau
The town of Fécamp
The région of the tall white cliffs-the Caux region

Should you require further information, your hosts will be happy to assist you to ensure your holiday meets your expectations.
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