Les Jardins d’Etretat is a neo-futuristic garden that extends over the cliffs of the Alabaster Coast, one of the wonders of Normandy with a view listed as a World Heritage by UNESCO.
The garden is a playground where lush topiary, architecture and contemporary art dialogue in all poetry.
The project is the winner of the European Garden Award in the category "Best development of a historic park or garden", possesses one MICHELIN star in the Green Guide, listed among "Great Gardens of the World" and has the label "Remarkable Garden".
Health pass is henceforth required to visit Les Jardins d’Étretat according to the government decree.
It is impossible to overestimate the sacrifice of medical workers who fought, fight and will be fighting with COVID-19. We want to thank each and every medical staff member from the bottom of our hearts, thus we will keep doors of Les Jardins d’Étretat open for them for free throughout this year.
Just show your medical ID and medical diploma or their copies at the cash desk and enjoy your visit!
Dear visitors, dogs are not allowed in the Gardens. They must be held in arms or in a special bag during the visit.
Inaccessible for strollers and wheelchairs.