"Les Jardins d'Étretat" was founded by the French actress Madame Thébault in 1905. The artfully restored garden has pushed its limits thanks to the work of landscape architect Alexander Grivko. Alexander redesigned the concept of the garden in a new way, added new plants and created beautiful sculptural carved beds, transforming the 16,500 m² of space occupied by the garden. He has skillfully integrated contemporary art into this natural environment. Inspired by the ideas of the "Manifesto of the neo-futurist city", developed in 2007 by the designer and architect Vito di Bari, who calls to mix art, technology, ethical values and nature, the garden is an experimental space and avant-garde, open to visitors since 2017.