The gardens on the coast of the Côte d'Albâtre were given a new lease of life in 2016. Architect Alexandre Grivko combined the classic elements of a garden with contemporary architectural innovations. With more than 150,000 plants that flourish in the neo-futuristic garden all year round, coupled with a UNESCO World Heritage-listed view, it's no ...
- * Entrance to Les Jardins d'Étretat
- * Dogs must be held in arms or in a special bag during the visit * The gardens are not accessible by stroller or wheelchair * Kids under 7 can enter for free, no ticket needed Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance.
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