Newhaven Dieppe Ferry
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Quickly book cheap Newhaven to Dieppe ferries here with Ferrysavers. The Newhaven to Dieppe ferry route is operated solely by DFDS providing a helpful connection from England to France. Ferrysavers will compare all prices and times for Newhaven to Dieppe to help you find the best deals but as well as that, we will also compare with Portsmouth to Caen and Portsmouth to Le Havre to help you arrive in France relaxed and refreshed, knowing you got a great deal.
Newhaven to Dieppe ferries with DFDS are comfortable and provide modern facilities to make your holiday start the minute you step on board. Ferrysavers always has cheap prices for DFDS and great deals to help you save on your trip.
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Newhaven - DieppeCar + 1Travel: Thursday, 30 April 2020from: £68
Newhaven is a small village located along England's south coast. Newhaven's ferry port is located on the eastern bank of the River Ouse, and has excellent connections to the town centre and to the surrounding villages in the area due to its road and rail networks.
Newhaven houses many excellent cafés and pubs for visitors to relax in before catching their ferry. Many travellers use Newhaven as a stopping point on their way to France and beyond, but the village is not totally without attractions, many visitors take the time before catching their ferry to take a walk around Paradise Park, or take a trip to Newhaven Fort.
Dieppe is the ideal ferry port for those passengers travelling to or from Paris as it is the closest port to the famous French capital. Clearly signposted from the edge of town, the ferry port offers passengers an attractive alternative to Calais.
Dieppe has a long maritime history and is famed in France and beyond for its top-class sea food, specifically its scallops which are a culinary speciality. The town is also known for its annual Kite Festival, which draws thousands of tourists into the town each September to enjoy the festivities and admire the vast selection of kites adorning the sky.
Located on a hill to the west end of the town the Castle Museum plays host to a variety of works from French artists. Many of these works have a maritime theme in keeping with the town's key industries.
05 Feb 2020Very Good Overall
Thanks, good trip, food prices tend to be bit high, but overall quit good, Thanks
Review by DAVID COATES
26 Jan 2020Very satisfied
Very satisfied, wonderful journey. Staff polite and helpful. Everywhere clean and lovely
Review by Anni
09 Jan 2020Always happy
Use you often as I live in France but still have a business in England. Great service from the crew. Food always good but meat often is not trimmed of gristle. Full of flavour though. Cabins clean and tidy, as is rest of the ship. Robert Young
Review by ROBERT YOUNG
08 Jan 2020Ferry crossings
All in all very good set up everything run smoothly would definitely use again
Review by DAVID TARRY
07 Jan 2020French trip
Easy check in, comfortable seats and quiet too....
Review by Anon