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Dover

Dover’s seaside scenes are particularly awe-inspiring with the town’s infamous white cliffs as a backdrop.

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Dover in detail

Widely known by most for its Dover to Calais ferry and now Channel Tunnel terminal, Dover is often visited but rarely truly enjoyed. This is a shame, because the county of Kent is one of Britain’s most stunning and a stopover in Dover puts some of its most picturesque landscapes are right on your doorstep.

Of course, English seasides are a firm favourite with residents and tourists alike. Dover’s seaside scenes are particularly awe-inspiring with the town’s infamous white cliffs as a backdrop. It may not quite be a cosy Caribbean bay but take the plunge and you can enjoy as many water sports as you could wish for. Step a few paces inland and you’ll find the region has a lot else to offer as well; Kent, often called the Garden of England, is rich with vineyards, museums and incredible National Trust properties that you’ll happily spend hours and hours exploring.

 

  • Time Zone GMT 0
  • Currency Pound (£)
  • Language English
  • Population 28,150

Dover Weather

  • Temperature
  • Rainfall

temperature degrees centigrade

Jan
4.5
Feb
5
Mar
6.9
Apr
9.5
May
13
Jun
16
Jul
18
Aug
17.5
Sep
15
Oct
12
Nov
7.5
Dec
5.5

rainfall in mm

Jan
61
Feb
36
Mar
50
Apr
42
May
45
Jun
46
Jul
46
Aug
44
Sep
43
Oct
73
Nov
45
Dec
59