Behind the bunkers and the radar ruins left from WWII is this lovely chapel which can be seen from the city. Perched hight up on the top of the cliff and originally built in the eleventh century as the story goes, by Count Baldwin, this chapel was rebuilt in the thirteenth century. It takes the name of Our Lady of Salvation at the beginning of the eighteenth century. Until the Revolution, it is part of the priory of Bourg-Baudouin, of the abbey of the Holy Trinity Fécamp. This chapel is where the pilgrims in Northern France came to honor the Precious Blood.