It’s a small and pretty coastal town with high white cliffs, not far from Etretat, Deauville or the Mont-Saint-Michel. A unique view, where water and chalk mix giving an inimitable green blue colour when the sun shines.
Since the nineteenth century, this village is a popular resort for connoisseurs, with a bay more than two kilometres long. It’s the longest in the department. It’s at the end of a wild valley where the river Durdent flows. These remarkable grasslands are protected and have been included in the inventory of the internationally renowned sites for several years.
These fine delicacies were invented at the rear of this exceptional and privileged site, among the Normandy cows, surrounded by green meadows and swept by the sea wind. Tradition is not an overused word. The curd cookie can legitimately claim his origins.