NORMANDY SEINNE-MARITIME etretatCôte d`Albâtre, which means Alabaster Coast, stretches 130km from Le Havre to Tréport. It features dramatic uninterrupted cliffs, which seem like a never-ending 100m high wall. These limestone cliffs are completely sculpted by nature, occasionally fitting villages, beaches and gardens between them. Oddly enough, it also houses two nuclear power plants. Notable towns along the coast are Fécamp, St-Valery-en-Caux and Étretart.  

The coast is inaccessible via public transport but you can drive there using the coastal roads. Hiking along the GR21 trail is also an option.