Known as the Gateway to England, Dover is a town and major ferry port in Kent, South East England. Millions of visitors come each year to discover it’s beautiful coastal views and wander along the famous White Cliffs of Dover.
With a wealth of heritage and history there is plenty to discover, including 2000 years of history at Dover Castle. The exceptionally preserved Roman Painted House, built around AD 200 with detailed displays on Roman Dover.
Visit one of the many museums. Such as St. Margaret’s Museum and Art Gallery or the Crabble Corn Mill, one of the most complete working examples of a Georgian watermill in Europe. The Bronze Age Boat Gallery at Dover Museum. The oldest known seagoing boat in the world, a must see.
The Port of Dover boasts state-of-the-art facilities and excellent transport links that enables you to catch a ferry to France and Belgium. With two operators running cross-Channel ferries from Dover Harbour. Dover Marina is incredibly convenient for sailing with only 20 miles separating the White cliffs of England and France. Dover Cruise Port is another fantastic stop for cruise customers.
If you’re looking for a bite to eat, or for somewhere to drink a nice hot latté, the food and drink from the bars, restaurants and cafés offer everything from sumptuous sea food, superstar chefs, excellent cider and everything in between.