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Fecamp, France
Fécamp is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in the Haute-Normandie region in northern France. It is situated in the valley of the river Valmont, at the heart of the Pays de Caux, on the Albaster Coast.

Attractions in Fecamp include the spectacular view of the city and the sea from its cliffs. On the cliffs, is a large network of WWII German bunkers. The fishing boat harbor is very active. They have some 20-30 fishing boats/trawlers that come in regularly, and sell their freshly caught fish directly to the public. The most famous landmark is the Benedictine Monastery which used to be a distillery. Now, it is a museum, and worth a visit.

Things to see and do

* Municipal Museum
* Panorama from Notre-Dame-de-Dalut: Orientation Table
* Ruined buildings of the Benedictine Abbey
* Beachside Promenade
* Visit Hill top Chapelle and WWII Bunkers

General Information

Cruise Season – March - Dec
Currency – Euro (EUR)
Language – French
Land Area – 15.07 km²
Population – 21,145 approx
Electricity – 2 round pins European style.
Time – UTC plus five hours
International Country Telephone Code – + 44

Port Location - The port at Fecamp is located in its harbor.

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