Tag: normandy

The cliffs of Étretat

A sea view from Étretat, Seine Maritime, Normandy. Known as a settlement since the Roman times, Étretat had a pretty uneventful history. By the end of the 18th century, before the French Revolution, it was a tiny fishing village only known for its oyster farms supplying seafood to the table of Marie Antoinette, Queen of…

The cliffs of Étretat

A sea view from Étretat, Seine Maritime, Normandy. Known as a settlement since the Roman times, Étretat had a pretty uneventful history. By the end of the 18th century, before the French Revolution, it was a tiny fishing village only known for its oyster farms supplying seafood to the table of Marie Antoinette, Queen of…

The cliffs of Étretat

A sea view from Étretat, Seine Maritime, Normandy. Known as a settlement since the Roman times, Étretat had a pretty uneventful history. By the end of the 18th century, before the French Revolution, it was a tiny fishing village only known for its oyster farms supplying seafood to the table of Marie Antoinette, Queen of…

The cliffs of Étretat

A sea view from Étretat, Seine Maritime, Normandy. Known as a settlement since the Roman times, Étretat had a pretty uneventful history. By the end of the 18th century, before the French Revolution, it was a tiny fishing village only known for its oyster farms supplying seafood to the table of Marie Antoinette, Queen of…

Le Nez Beach

Le Nez Beach in Vaucottes near Étretat, Seine Maritime, Normandy. Known as a settlement since the Roman times, Étretat had a pretty uneventful history. By the end of the 18th century, before the French Revolution, it was a tiny fishing village only known for its oyster farms supplying seafood to the table of Marie Antoinette,…

Vattetot-sur-Mer

Town hall in Vattetot-sur-Mer near Étretat, Seine Maritime, Normandy. Known as a settlement since the Roman times, Étretat had a pretty uneventful history. By the end of the 18th century, before the French Revolution, it was a tiny fishing village only known for its oyster farms supplying seafood to the table of Marie Antoinette, Queen…