Étretat in Normandy

Just 5km away from the Aiguille Creuse campsite, Étretat invites you to come and see its majestic cliffs! Situated on the Côte d’Albâtre (alabaster coast), this seaside resort in Normandy stands out from the crowd with its remarkable coastline. But Etretat has other assets too. The Aiguille Creuse campsite invites you to discover the leisure activities available in the area, to make your stay at the campsite near Étretat a truly memorable one.

Discover Étretat on the Côte d’Albâtre

Étretat is famous for its spectacular and imposing cliffs on the Côte d’Albâtre in Seine-Maritime. Sculpted by the sea into strange flint and limestone formations that rise abruptly above the English Channel, these cliffs even have names: Aiguille Creuse, Manneporte, Courtine (the keyhole cliff), Porte d’Amont and Porte d’Aval. Follow the coastal path to see them close up.

At low tide, you can walk along the beach to the legendary cave known as “trou à l’homme” and to the oyster beds that date from the 18th century.

Things to do and see in Étretat

During your stay at the campsite in Etretat, you’ll have no shortage of ideas for excursions and activities. Between natural and cultural heritage, holidaymakers are spoilt for choice in Seine-Maritime!

  • Beaches and swimming: A trip to Étretat will of course give you a chance to visit the superb cliff-edged beaches of the Côte d’Albâtre. The promise of beautiful seafront walks along the coastal path. You can also make the most of your stay at the campsite near Etretat to visit the D-Day landing beaches. In addition, these shores are a delight for sea lovers keen to partake in watersports. Here they’ll be able, for example, to go dinghy or catamaran sailing, or perhaps try windsurfing.

With all these excursions and tours that await you in Étretat during your stay at the campsite on the Côte d’Albâtre, there really is something for everyone! Not only that but, besides this multitude of possibilities, you’ll also have the option of visiting nearby towns and villages such as Le Havre, Honfleur, Fécamp and many others.