Crossing the English Channel at Dover

Via Francigena
White Cliffs of Dover

The Via Francigena begins at Canterbury and then continues to Dover in order to cross the English Channel to Calais in France.  It is a 20 mile walk which takes 7 to 8 hours and passes through the rolling hills and farmlands of Kent.  Local Kent produce can be sampled on the way!

Here is a sample of the tranquil farmlands typical of Kent countryside. Then, arriving at Dover, the White Cliffs provide a panoramic cliff walk.  In addition, the Dover Castle has much to offer and is especially stunning at sunset!

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