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Ideas & Inspiration

Be inspired - we have plenty of ideas and things to do in Dover, Deal and Sandwich!

Whether you're looking for a family holiday, romantic short break or inspiring day trip, we have put together a range of itineraries and ideas to help you make the most of your time in White Cliffs Country.

48 hours

48 hours

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48 hours is not enough time to experience White Cliffs Country, but if that's all you have then try some of our suggestions!
Discover 007 Country!

Discover 007 Country!

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Find out more about what inspired Ian Fleming to write about 007 in White Cliffs Country...
Famous in White Cliffs Country

Famous in White Cliffs Country

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View the long list of famous people who are connected with White Cliffs Country and be inspired to follow in their footsteps!
Film and Television Locations in White Cliffs Country

Film and Television Locations in White Cliffs Country

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Take a walk with us as we stroll through the world of Film and Television in stunning White Cliffs Country!
History and Heritage

History and Heritage

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Impressive historic sites like Richborough Fort launched the Roman Invasion of Britain in AD 54
Literary Connections

Literary Connections

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Our stunning clifftops, beaches and seascapes, charming towns and villages and meandrous countryside are so quintessentially English and full of history, traditions and beauty. Why not stand in the footsteps of the whimsical authors to see what inspired them, and maybe put pen to paper yourself!
Nautical Inspiration

Nautical Inspiration

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Dover, Deal and Sandwich have all had long associations with the sea. Both Deal and Sandwich were major ports at one point - Sandwich between the eleventh and thirteenth centuries and Deal being the third busiest port in England in the nineteenth century.
Roman Inspiration

Roman Inspiration

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Roman Dover was a thriving town, which the Romans called Dubris after Dubras, the British name meaning 'waters'. The Roman town had a large harbour, which was flanked by 2 lighthouses and 3 successive forts.
The Great Outdoors

The Great Outdoors

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From the sandy expanse of Sandwich Bay to the crunch of pebbles in Deal, St Margaret's Bay and Dover, there are miles of stunning and diverse coastline, all waiting to be discovered.
Towns and Villages

Towns and Villages

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This is a beautiful part of the world. A string of coastal towns and villages offer wonderful views and can boast history in abundance!
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Telephone: 01304 201066

email: tic@doveruk.com

Telephone: 01304 201066    email: tic@doveruk.com