Immerse yourself in an impressionist-inspired day excursion, full of natural beauties, culinary adventure and artistic expression.
Meet up your guide-driver at your Paris residence in the morning, and take a seat on board, in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan, to the coastal town of Honfleur, became a meeting point for artists in the middle of the 19th century thanks to its unique architecture and typical site.
Boudin, the first painter who painted the beaches and the locals attracted many other painters who rejected academic art, then head off to Étretat (around 2.5 hours).
After your lunch (non included in the price) continue your travel with the visit of Etretat and the Alabaster Coast. Explore the famous cliffs of Etretat that inspired many artists, such as Courbet who produced over fifty paintings of the seascapes, cliffs, and waves.
Monet also appreciated this area in all weather conditions, he returned there steadily.
Extra charge for a pick up and/or a drop off outside Paris․