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Start out at the Ferry Port on the E15, Follow signs 'Toutes Directions' then A16/A26, A216, A16, A28, D925, D2, D925,D75
Explore the Cote D'Albâtre, whose limestone cliffs resemble the white cliffs of Dover. After a breezy walk, head for the Château musée which dates from the XV century and is devoted to Dieppe's maritime and artistic history. As well as the artefacts you can also enjoy a sweeping view over the sea.
Is there a local speciality?
Be sure you try Marmitte Diepppoise, a delicious fish soup that tastes even better with a glass of cider or two.
Any good activities around?
Practice your golf on Dieppe Gold course. This impressive 18 hole course is close to the cliffs and overlooks the sea between Dieppe and Pourville. Set in several acres of stunning French countryside, it offers pleasure to golfers of all levels.
When's market day?
Saturday morning on Place Nationale.
Interesting town fact
Although Dieppe has always been popular with the British, attracting such famous characters as Oscar Wilde, it is the closest port to Paris
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