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White Cliffs of Dover

Upper Road Langdon Cliffs, Dover CT16 1HJ, England
+44 1304 202756
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Upper Road Langdon Cliffs, Dover CT16 1HJ, England
+44 1304 202756
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Free parking for National Trust Members. Good parking with a Visitor Centre with Cafe and toilets. We walked along the top of the cliffs to the South Foreland Lighthouse a walk of about an hour. The terrain is hilly and can be very windy but...More

Reviewed 2 days ago

One of Britains natural wonders get some good views from the top of France well worth going up the top! Enjoy Your Visit!

Thank Spyro123
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Accessible by road and cliff paths, this locations offers many advantages, from views across the Port and Harbour to walking and cycling routes along the Kent coast. There is disabled accessibility to the visitor centre and the viewing platform. For a small charge, many hours...More

Thank ripto
Reviewed 3 days ago

If you're visiting the cliffs remember suitable shoes as there is a lot of walking involved. Be safety aware also as no rails. A bit disappointing close up as they look better and whiter from a distance. Oh and try to go on a sunny...More

Thank mouseybrown
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Stopped at Dover on a tour to see the white cliffs. Super disappointed. There's a major road and bridge blocking all the views. Now, you could drive up the bridge and try to see them from up there, but you certainly can't stop and take...More

Thank kandy218
Reviewed 4 days ago

Not only are these cliffs an important physical structure in England, but they also play a very important symbolic role as well. They represent this great island nation's psyche and have played a vital role throughout its history. We were fortunate to visit on warm...More

Thank Gaurav S
Reviewed 5 days ago

Now don't get me wrong this is a walk to enjoy the views of the channel as well as the cliffs. Take the short walk to see the cliffs and the views then head back to the cafe for tea and cake :)

1  Thank Martyn B
Reviewed 5 days ago

Just a humbling bit of epic nature. Worth seeing again and again. Artistry as created by the universe. Great for hikers and coastline walkers, but also easily accessibly by car. Keep children safe, as the cliffs have no railings.

Thank dr002jy
Reviewed 6 days ago

We combined the cliffs and the Castle together and it was an AMAZING day. Do not do either one without being prepared to walk. Wear very good shoes. It is worth it, the cliffs are astonishing, but the castle is SO COOL...only you have to...More

Thank ChefVictorMatthews
Reviewed 1 week ago

The white cliffs don't look quite so white from the shoreline. However, they are a classic landscape. If you are really looking for stunning white cliffs, try the seven sisters,

Thank Jenny W
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25 April 2017|
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Response from austink3 | Reviewed this property |
yes of course , the path is a public foot path, just be careful as there is sheer drops in places and recommended to go when open .
Nick U
8 April 2017|
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Response from Carina P | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is car park! I think more than one.
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