Attractions

Abbey in Fécamp

Abbatiale de la Ste-Trinité

Built from 1175 to 1220 by Richard the Lionheart, towering Abbatiale de la Ste-Trinité was the most important pilgrimage site in Normandy until the construction of Mont St-Michel, thanks to the drops of Jesus’ blood…
Viewpoint in Fécamp

Cap Fagnet

The highest point on the Côte d’Albâtre, Cap Fagnet (110m) towers over Fécamp from the north, offering fantastic views up and down the coast. The site of an important German blockhaus and radar station during WWII, …
Museum in Fécamp

Les Pêcheries

Fécamp’s new flagship museum is a terrific addition to town, situated in the middle of the harbour, 300m northwest of the tourist office and showcasing local history, the town’s fishing industry, local artists and t…
Beach in Fécamp

Plage de Fécamp

Fécamp’s 800m-long, smooth-pebble breezy beach stretches southward from the narrow channel connecting the port with the open sea. In July and August it's loads of fun, and you can rent catamarans, kayaks, paddle boa…