At the famous White Cliffs of Dover, you can enjoy walks along the coastal path to the South Foreland Lighthouse, with far-reaching views of the French coast run by the National Trust. The cliffs were used for defence in both World Wars. You can see reminders of this past at the Fan Bay Deep Shelter, a complex of Second World War tunnels hidden within the chalk. You can pick up a free walking map, or download it on the website. There is also a play area.

Opening Hours
Car Park

Standard: £5
Motorhomes: £7
National Trust Member: Free
Blue Badge Holders: Free

Accessible path, 400 meters, to a viewing point overlooking the cliffs. Also wheelchair loan available at the visitor centre.

Bike racks at visitor centre.

Dover Priory - 2 miles/40 minutes.

Stagecoach 81, Dover to Deal and Sandwich. Alight Castle Hill then 1 mile walk, via Upper Road. There's no footpath on this road so take care.

Guide dogs only in the Visitor Centre.

Advisory notes
Use postcode CT15 5NA for Sat Nav.
Toilets have different opening hours to the car park and kiosk, please check the website.

Cafe • Toilet • Disabled Toilet • Baby Changing Facilities • Induction Loop

Picture Credit: © National Trust.

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