Formule 1 Dieppe
2, Impasse des Rouges Georges 76200, Dieppe, 76200, France
More about Dieppe
At the sunset on the beach
Modern classic cars. June 17th, 1994. Dieppe.
The Docks area, Dieppe. June 17th, 1994.
Chateau and cliffs overlooking Dieppe.
Can I get to dieppe from Calais by public transport
I have friends who want to get from Calais to Dieppe this monday. What would be the best way of doing it?
Re: Can I get to dieppe from Calais by public transport
You can go by train, though it is a longish journey with changes.
will give you details and times in English, although not fares.
For fares as well you will have to explore
which is in French. You can try www.sncf.com (which has an English version) but it is a difficult site to navigate.
I believe there is also a bus service, but as yet have not been able to find information.
Travel Tips for Dieppe
Best Time to Go
Dieppe is probably best enjoyed between the months of May and October when the weather is pleasant and more reliable. The busiest time tends to be the first two weeks of August, when many French are on holiday; the end of August can also be a very busy time on the roads with many Parisians heading home after their summer holidays.
Quartier de Pollet
The old fishing quarter of Dieppe is a lovely place to walk with its winding lanes, narrow flights of steps and brick and flint fishermen’s cottages. It’s also where the painter Walter Sickert lived and worked.
Make the most of Dieppe
To be honest one of the best things about Dieppe is the number of places to eat, the choices are vast! Around the harbour there must be at least 20, for lunch then these are fine, Moules Frites when in season can be found in each of them, along with those huge sea food platters! in the evening though there are better choices, so look around.
Due to be completed in January 2007, it was not open in early April but, not too far away from being completed. When finished it will be a great place to spend some time, especially if you have kids. To be found on the seafront near to the castle.
I have always wanted to go to Dieppe, well since I was 12 years old anyway. Ok, it isn't the most exciting place in France, but it was one of the first places that I learnt about during my French lessons at school. For whatever reason, the early studies were based around the port town of Dieppe and I hoped that I would visit it one day for myself, and perhaps ask for directions to 'la gare' or how to get to 'le chateau'.
So, during a driving holiday in Normandy I made sure we had at least a few hours to get a feel for this ancient seaside town. And I was glad that we did!