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February 25th 2014
  • The great white wonders that are the sheer cliffs of Étretat, Normandy have long stood as an inspiration to painters, poets and captivated vacationers alike.

    Sitting pretty on France’s northeast-facing La Côte d’Albâtre, the sea-carved chalk faces and impressively eroded rock arches share more than a passing resemblance to their Dover counterparts across the Channel; though there is something all the more spectacular about these Gallic goliaths.

    In Summer, the plateaus that extend behind the higher cliff paths become coated in wildflowers, adding even more diversity to an area already filled with colourful contrasts.

    A drive down to the equally picturesque port-town of Dieppe is one not to be missed.

Image courtesy of Moyan Brenn
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