The Cap Fagnet
Côte de la vierge 76400 FECAMP / Côte d'Albâtre
Visits of heritage sites are organised all year round and led by tour guides who help visitors understand the local heritage.
Since 1992, Fécamp has been a member of the national network of French Towns and Regions of Art and History.
Formerly a Gallic fortress, the Cap Fagnet was a chain in the Atlantic wall during the 2nd World War thanks to its exceptional panoramic view. At close proximity, a wind farm and a chapel dedicated to sailors lost at sea are also worth a visit. Guided visits and access to the bunkers by appointment.
Chapel, Fortified structure, City of historical and artistic interest
History, Military and war memorabilia
Facilities : Bar, cafeteria, tea room, Parking for families
The visit lasts approximately : 90 min
Languages spoken : English, German, Spanish
|Base rate - full rate adult||to 5.00€|
|Child rate||to 3.00€|
|Reduced rate||From 1.50€
Methods of payment : Postal or bank cheques, Holiday vouchers, Cash