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Parks & nature in White Cliffs of Dover

Scenic Viewpoint
“These cliffs are iconic and whilst Dover town itself is not pretty, there are walks both on or below the cliffs. You could start at the National Trust visitor centre: White Cliffs of Dover, Langdon Cliffs, Upper Road, Dover, Kent, CT16 1HJ Or you could visit Samphire Hoe at the base of the cliffs which was made from chalky material removed during the construction of the Eurotunnel. You can easily walk from here along the base of the cliffs to Folkestone if the tide and weather allow or park at the other end at The Warren in Folkestone to walk along the bottom or top. There are good views of the port from the cliffs above Dover so you can really appreciate how busy and important this port is.”
17 locals recommend
Park
“A lovely spot for walks along the see and under the white cliffs and a coffee. If the weather turns you can take shelter in their gallery which has a wood burning stove to keep you warm in winter. ”
9 locals recommend
Harbour / Marina
1 local recommends
Farm
“* Wide range of quality home-cooked food, both speciality dishes and the all time favourites such as Sunday roasts, ploughman's and scampi / cod and chips, delicious desserts and gateaux. *Generous portions ( breakfast will last you till tea time) good value. *Polite friendly service although you may have to wait if it is busy. *Seating in the high vaulted grain barn or on the patio. *Butchers, bakery and farm shop. *Woodland trail. *Open 9am-4pm Mon-Sun 01304 212040”
1 local recommends
Scenic Viewpoint
“The history of this fortification designed to protect Dover from French invasion during the Napoleonic Wars and completed in the 1860s.”
1 local recommends
Playground
1 local recommends