Ferries to Dieppe
Newhaven to Dieppe ferry route
DFDS Seaways offer three daily ferries to Dieppe. The crossing takes roughly 4 hours from port to port.
To book a crossing that departs within the next 7 days, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Depending on your requirements, the Newhaven to Dieppe route does have 2 and 4 bedded cabins available as well as reclining lounge seats.
Onboard Facilities and Information
Guests travelling to Dieppe have the options of a self service restaurant as well as a bar to get refreshments and something to eat.
Pets are permitted to travel on this route providing they remain in the vehicle.
Campsites near Dieppe
We are currently unable to book campsites on your behalf; please contact the campsite direct if you wish to make a booking.
More about Dieppe
Dieppe is a sizeable seaside community and resort in Upper Normandy in France with a strong Canadian connection. In World War II it was the scene of a failed landing operation by largely Canadian forces on 19 August, 1942, in which over 3,600 Allied troops lost their lives. This failed mission saw that Allied plans to liberate France were delayed by up to two years, until it was deemed certain that such an operation would have a far greater chance of success than the landings at Dieppe.
Dieppe is the closest beach to Paris, and a has ferry terminal with routes to and from Newhaven in England.
Dieppe has a small native population of around 50,000, many of whom rely upon tourism for their business. There are a number of excellent seafood restaurants around the quayside area, with others in the town centre.
The August 1942 Dieppe raid has a memorial in the form of a small but interesting museum, which is open in the afternoons between June and September. There are a number of other, small museums such as the Cité de la Mer and the Château-Musée de Dieppe which are well worth patronising, as is the weekly market between 8am and 12:30pm, every Saturday.