France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Transport for Fécamp, Normandy
Autoroutes, trains, buses and ferryboats get you to Fécamp easily.

 
   

 

Car

From Paris, the A13 highway toward Rouen and Le Havre bypasses Rouen to the south, then the A131 takes you to Le Havre where you can follow the D940 road north along the coast via Étretat to Fécamp.

A slightly faster, but perhaps less scenic, route is to leave the A131 for the A29/E44 north and east, then the D910 via Bréauté and the D925 to Fécamp.

Train

Trains depart Paris's Gare Saint-Lazare about seven times daily for Le Havre via Bréauté, and if you leave the train at the Gare de Bréauté- Beuzeville you can transfer to a regional bus for the final segment of your journey to Fécamp. The entire trip takes less than 3 hours.

Ship

Le Havre is, of course, a major port for ferryboats from England, as well as for some cruise ships. From Le Havre, TER regional trains on the Paris line can take you to Breauté, where you can transfer to a regional bus for the final segment of your journey to Fécamp. The entire trip from Le Havre to Feecamp takes an hour or 1.5 hours, depending on the schedules.

Plane

The nearest airport is the Aéroport Le Havre - Octeville.


What to See & Do

About Fécamp

Fécamp Restaurants

Fécamp Hotels

Tourist Information

Étretat

Le Havre

About Normandy

Normandy Food & Drink

 

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Gare de Fécamp SNCF, Fécamp, Normandy, France

Gare de Fécamp SNCF, right on the harbor.

       
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