Harbour of Fecamp
On February 20, 2020

Fécamp harbour, a port of call in the heart of a city of art and history between Le Havre and Saint-Valery-en-Caux, accessible at any time of the tide (depending on the draught), annual berths available depending on the size of the boat and especially in dry harbours.


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Fécamp harbour, a port of call in the heart of a city of art and history between Le Havre and Saint-Valery-en-Caux, accessible at any time of the tide (depending on the draught), annual berths available depending on the size of the boat and especially in dry harbours.

 

Two hours from Paris, in the heart of the city, the Fécamp marina has more than 800 places on pontoons, 75 of which are reserved for visitors, 230 places in the dock, 510 places in the fore-port, 75 places for visitors in the fore-port, 180 places in the dry dock.

 

Sailing school, boat hire, canoeing, diving, sea trips, all these activities are offered from the marina.

 

In summer, a concierge service allows you to rent electrically assisted bicycles, to get information on buses and trains, tourist sites...