The glistening White Cliffs of Dover have become one of Britain’s most iconic sights. Situated in Kent, these cliffs mark the narrowest part of the English Channel, with little over 20 miles separating the town from Calais. It is overlooked by Dover Castle, which was founded in the 11th century and has been described throughout history as the “Key to England”.
Dover Cruise Terminal can accommodate up to three cruise ships at any one time and its proximity to France makes it a great option for itineraries to Belgium, the Netherlands, the Norwegian fjords, and the Baltic nations.
Cruises from Dover are an ideal option for anyone situated in south-east England, with easy access from Canterbury, Brighton, and Eastbourne. The nearby Dover Priory Station is situated less than a mile from the cruise terminal and provides quick and easy rail access from London.