Living in Dover
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Living In Dover?
Sitting on the narrowest part of the English Channel, Dover is, of course, most famous for its ferries and white cliffs. A thriving High Street, Castleton Retail Park and De Bradelei Wharf offer a multitude of options for shopping, whether your interest lies at Marks and Spencer, New Look or The Cider Works.
Local Area Of Dover
Apart from the cliffs, the number one attraction is the spectacularly situated castle which overlooks the whole town. An entire day could be spent here with many sights including the Secret Wartime Tunnels. Lovers of nature and walks will enjoy the beautiful park at Kearnsey Abbey or tranquil setting at The Pines and lovers of history are spoilt for choice with the Roman Painted House, Transport Museum, South Foreland Lighthouse and much more. Eateries abound and where else would one go for a Dover Sole?!
Transport In Dover
The ferry services to Europe obviously speak for themselves and just a 15-minute drive to Folkestone provides a junction of the the M20 and the Eurotunnel. A half-an-hour drive can see you in the historic city of Canterbury and a 40-minute drive offers a way on to the M2 motorway.