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Chapel Notre-Dame-du-Salut, Fecamp
(4.5/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
At Chapel Notre-Dame-du-Salut, spend a moment of quiet reflection on those sailors, fishermen, and other ocean-goers lost at sea. Hike or drive up the hill to the small, stout chapel and admire its combination of both Gothic and Romanesque architecture, with origins dating back to the 1300s and several subsequent remodels. Step inside to see the humble interior and unassuming altar. Don't miss the chapel's collection of sea- and boat-themed paintings on display inside. Be sure to bring your camera and take advantage of the panoramic view over the surrounding countryside and sea afforded by the church's hilltop perch. Arrange your visit to Chapel Notre-Dame-du-Salut and discover more family-friendly attractions in Fecamp using our Fecamp tourist route planner.
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  • Before leaving, go through this point of seen to explore Fécamp and see the cliffs of Etretat.
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  • Chapel open to the public, of many ex voto, photos, paintings of sailors and ships lost at sea, the whole is moving and well worth a visit before admiring the view from the cliff...
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  • Each boat leaves and comes back in greeting the vierge.emotions guaranteed glancing ex votos, the plates of the last missing at sea
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  • Large scale along the 奥海 coast of the building overlooking the town of Fecamp, old churches and ruins can be visited. (Free) to the Church across the street from the public toilets car park and
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  • Tiny church but great view!
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