Our trip to France started with crossing the channel and driving to Etretat, most known for the white chalk cliffs - similar to the ones in Eastbourne and Dover in England.
Next stop was at Honfleur. It is especially famous for it's old port, painted many times by a few artists including Claude Monet. I loved it's narrow streets and wooden houses - so many beautiful details!
Le Mont Saint-Michel is a place I wanted to visit for a long time. It is an island located 0,6 miles off the French coast. The island has held strategic fortifications since ancient times and since the 6th century AD has been the seat of the monastery from which it draws its name. Nowadays more than 3 million people visit the island each year.
Narrow cobbled streets and a population of just 50 people.