Etretat Restaurant

WELCOME To Etretat!


Come visit Etretat to discover an exceptional & natural site, where the spectacle of the cliffs carved into doors, needles and pinnacles will take your breath away!

You will be seduced by the refined decoration, Bar-Lounge style by the sea, with a panorama of the most beautiful place offered by Etretat!

You can enjoy excellent cuisine with the use of local and fresh products (trays of seafood, fish …), while enjoying a breathtaking view of the sea and the cliffs of Etretat.

The Restaurant

Etretat, the freshness and the quality of its seafood as well as a wide choice of refined dishes.


Clam’s (the 6) – 22 €
Almonds (the 12) – 10 €
Bulots (the plate) – 12 €
Vignots (the plate) – 11 €


Crab meal (500 gr) – 16 €
Gray shrimps – 9.50 €
Pink shrimps (twelve) – 12.50 €
Scampis (the 10) – 25 €


Hollow oysters No. 5 (dozen) – 11 €
Hollow oysters No. 3 (dozen) – 15 €
Hollow oysters No. 2 (dozen) – 18 €
Hollow oysters No. 1 (dozen) – 21 €

The Passion of the Sea Fruit!

Charming tables recommended by tour guides

Etretat cannot be discovered without a passage to the Sea effect, recommended by many guides – the guarantee comfortable room services with riser recliner chairs and an irreproachable kitchen. Because the Sea effect so that nothing changes, everything must change 


Preparation and tasting of seafood on the ground floor

The Sea effect opens its doors to lovers of authenticity and elegance, for a moment of relaxation with a cordial and attentive team, who will welcome you for your greatest pleasure in a place where conviviality, flavors and refinement mingle.

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Family Travel Guide: Europe with Children, Part II

This is Part II of a three part guide to help families plan an exciting European trip the children will rave about for years. Part I discussed how to design an appealing and child-friendly travel itinerary. This part, Part II, provides the essential steps to maintaining a child-friendly pace. Part III will focus on engaging the children and encouraging their artistry.
When traveling abroad, it is tempting to pack the itinerary with nonstop activities. With children, this does not work. To ensure a child-friendly pace for your family trip, plan only a few “definite” activities for any given day. Beyond those definite activities, have some possibilities in mind in the event the kids can handle more.

Intersperse activities that are primarily of interest to adults with those that have high kid appeal. Spread the adult “must-do’s” over several days amidst more expendable activities.

Plan the structure of the day according to your children’s biological clocks as much as possible. If they are highly active in the morning, try to avoid quiet places. If they tend toward sluggishness as the afternoon wears on, make sure the most important activities happen earlier in the day.

Include a treat stop and a relaxation stop in every day’s itinerary (but be prepared to stop and relax a bit whenever the need arises.)

Keep adult activities short and focused. At art museums, for example, go immediately to one or two pieces of major interest. Resist the temptation to browse en route. Advance research will let you share facts kids can relate to about the chosen pieces or their creator such as what the artist was doing at their ages or something unusual about his life. Keep these facts simple and present them just before or on location. Be willing to leave after seeing the selected masterpieces, or be willing to have one parent take the kids to a pre-planned, nearby alternative activity of greater interest to them.

If choosing among museums, try to select museums with special children’s activity programs. Museum programs that have special scavenger hunts for children tend to allow the adults more time without complaints from the children.


Don’t plan on seeing all or most of what any one tourist attraction has to offer. Enjoy the bits and pieces. Flexibility is the key to traveling with kids, so be flexible about sacrificing some things you’d like to see as the quid pro quo for their patience in navigating the others.

Enjoy the “children’s activities” yourself. Let your inner child roam free!

Kids will need some “down time.” When the kids are tiring, let them be kids. You may need to call an early end to the day and head back to your lodging or perhaps just let them chase pigeons in the park until the restaurant opens. Incorporating a relaxing and familiar activity into your day is another way of dealing with children’s need for down time. Research in advance the locations of swimming pools, play grounds, and other relaxing activities that they enjoy.

Where long and short versions of tours exist, always pick the short one. If you are considering tours that last more than an hour, consider the effect child rambunctiousness may have on the rest of the tour group and on family harmony before deciding whether to take the tour. Also consider whether it is possible to leave early if circumstances warrant (this would not be possible, for example, on a boat ride.)

To maintain a calm pace on a lengthy or multi-destination international trip, secure at least some lodging that allows you to prepare meals. While dinner is cooking, kids have the freedom to play, rather than being constrained in restaurant chairs. Holiday apartments with kitchens, hostels with community kitchens, and farm lodging with kitchen privileges are surprisingly affordable.

Whenever possible, select restaurants or cafes which are entertaining for the children. In many European locations, especially Germany and Austria, there are playgrounds outside a lot of restaurants. These are ideal. By keeping meal times from becoming tedious, you can help your child maintain his optimism and energy.

By keeping the pace of the trip child-friendly, the whole family will enjoy a more relaxed and memorable experience in Europe.

Traveling Europe Using Hostel Accomodations

When traveling just about anywhere overseas in Europe one can find inexpensive sleeping accommodations. In Deutschland “Germany” any traveler should look for hostels, which are a little like some early bed and breakfast inns but with less amenities.
Hostels can not only offer patrons more money in which to do more things in Europe but can also add a new avenue to learn about the local customs and mingle in the culture.

Germany’s hostels do not have an age requirements therefore most people refer to them as youth hostels. However hostels in general are a really cheap way of traveling within many areas of Europe and they offer clean accommodations for all ages not just young travelers.

Hostelling in Deutschland “Germany” is known for its convenience, cheap stays and cleanliness. Hostels remind most people of dormitory accommodations. Hostels can be located in just about every city in Germany and start at about $20 per night, however the prices fluctuate with the exchange rate of the dollar. Hostels are have only the basic accommodations, in other words no television or coffee makers in your room. Most hostels are centrally located and have easy access to local transportation.

In most hostels you will meet people from all over the world. Hostels are a great way to meet people, people interested in traveling farther on their dollar and being able to see the countryside and the local culture without all the glitz and glamor of more well traveled tourist areas.

Hostelling is friendly and cheap compared to traveling through the country following normal tourist avenues. Some hostels give discounts depending on the number in your party or seasonal tourist lags. Most hostels also require reservations for individual rooms or large groups. However traveling by hostels take just a simple amount of planning to make sure that you will get the best accommodations and prices. Hostels however usually have curfews because they fill the beds and then close the doors. Amenities usually vary greatly from but you should be prepared to carry your own toiletries and a few hostels don’t even supply towels or linens, so make sure you know what your hostel supplies.


Understanding what hostels are is somewhat difficult because hostels are fast becoming a more comfortable economical travel accommodations for any traveler seeking a good value. Furthermore they are more available then ever before. Over a decade ago youth hostels offered a very cheap way of traveling in which to see the world, with little amenities. The rooms were similar to dormitory style with bunk beds and sharing a bathroom with up to 30 different guests, curfews, and lots of sleepless nights.

Reservations however about sharing a bathroom with strangers or bunking with strangers who personal habits leave a lot to be desired has changed. Today, hostels are much like budget hotels very similar to bed and breakfast inns. For example, many hostels offer private rooms, smaller dorm rooms for friends and families. As well as the rooms that offer no curfews, small kitchens, Internet and other added amenities. The main thing to remember is hostelling is economical and not luxurious like four star hotels but they can save hundreds of dollars in relatively a little amount of time, and with the right shopping around a traveler can have a magnificent travel experience.