Dieppe

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The port of Dieppe sits on the pebble beach mouth of the river Arques and is famous for scallops. It provides a ferry service to Newhaven in England.




"Dieppe (French pronunciation: ​[djɛp]) is a coastal community in the Arrondissement of Dieppe in the Seine-Maritime department in the Normandy region of northern France. The population stood at 29,606 in 2016.

A port on the English Channel, at the mouth of the Arques river, famous for its scallops, and with a regular ferry service to Newhaven in England, Dieppe also has a popular pebbled beach, a 15th-century castle and the churches of Saint-Jacques and Saint-Remi. The mouth of the Scie river lies in the Canton of Dieppe-Ouest at Hautot-sur-Mer.

The inhabitants of the town of Dieppe are called Dieppois (m) and Dieppoise (f) in French." Wikipedia









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Places to see in ( Dieppe - France )
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Duquesne basin
1 . Duquesne basin

50 wet dock berths at the Duquesne basin behind a lifting bridge and lock.

Paris basin
2 . Paris basin

70 wet dock berths at end of the large Paris basin behind a lock.

Marina Jehan Ango
3 . Marina Jehan Ango

The marina is free of any tidal constraint. It offers all the services of a major port of call, as well as multiple advantages for the travelling sailor. Whether your Port of call for an ideal stop...

Marina Saint Valery en Caux
4 . Marina Saint Valery en Caux

Well sheltered from the prevailing winds by the sides of the valley, the port nestles in the heart of the city. Composed of two basins including the pleasure one which always remains in water, it h...

Treport Marina
5 . Treport Marina

A basin behind a lock with fishing boats on port and five pontoons on starboard.

Hourdel Harbour
6 . Hourdel Harbour

A drying narrow estuary with a single long boardwalk.

Marina Saint Valery sur Somme
7 . Marina Saint Valery sur Somme

A marina on the tidal river Somme leading to the Saint Valery canal.

Crotoy harbour
8 . Crotoy harbour

A set of two long drying boardwalks at the entrance of the canal de la Maye and potential turbulent water due to the sluice from the adjacent reservoir.

Berigny Basin
9 . Berigny Basin

A large basin behind a lock with three sets of pontoons at the far end.

Fecamp outer marina
10 . Fecamp outer marina

Stopover in a city of Art and History in the heart of Normandy, the marina of Fécamp is accessible at any time. The site has more than 800 berths, including 75 for visitors, 230 berths, 510 in the...

Etples Marina
11 . Etples Marina

A marina on the tidal river Canche before the bridge with limited visitor berths. Caution to the approach and the tidal current.

Honfleur - Bassin de l'Est
12 . Honfleur - Bassin de l'Est

A large basin behind a lock and lifting bridge welcoming larger craft. The majority of visiting vessels moor in the Vieux Basin.

Port de Honfleur - Vieux Bassin
13 . Port de Honfleur - Vieux Bassin

The old basin holds 120 berths and is found on the starboard approach behind the lock gates, Lieutenance castle, and a lifting bridge. Many restaurants are found around the basin.

Port Vauban
14 . Port Vauban

Long term mooring inside the commercial harbour behind a bridge and lock that opens only twice a day. Next to Novotel, Ibis, and Nomad hotels.

Le Harve Marina
15 . Le Harve Marina

Over a thousand berths in a large marina near the entrance to the harbour on the port-side approach behind the breakwater. Next to the beach which leads north to a few restaurants and bars.

Port Morny
16 . Port Morny

An initial basin behind a lock that opens 3 hours either side of high-water. This port offers no visitor mooring but on the far side a second basin offers visitor berths.

Basin Morny
17 . Basin Morny

A basin behind Port Morny with 80 visitor berths near the footbridge entrance.Near to hotel Ibis and Mercure and several restaurants within walking distance.

Port Deauville
18 . Port Deauville

A large water-side hotel complex with stern-too mooring behind a lock with, in addition, if you follow the breakwater round behind the hotel, four long pontoons forming an inner marina.

Frederic Sauvage Basin
19 . Frederic Sauvage Basin

Has 202 berths for motor boats. To access this basin, you have to pass through a tidal gate 3 hours before or after high tide.

Napoleon Basin
20 . Napoleon Basin

Contains 280 berths for local and long term sailing yachts and motor boats. Accessed through the tidal lock which is open close to high water.

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Saint-Valery-en-Caux
1 . Saint-Valery-en-Caux
(Normandy )

A short distance west of Dieppe this pretty town is home to a moderate marina, a small fishing port, and a monastery.

Le Treport
2 . Le Treport
(Normandy )

A pretty cliff side town home to a fishing port and a sea-side resort.

Le Hourdel
3 . Le Hourdel
(Hauts-de-France )

A small group of houses on the tip of the sand dunes home to a very small channel for shallow draft local boats.

Saint-Valery-sur-Somme
4 . Saint-Valery-sur-Somme
(Hauts-de-France )

A pretty town towards the south of a large sandy the Somme river mouth which dries and can only be approached in high tides. The marina is tucked south of the town along the quay.

Le Crotoy
5 . Le Crotoy
(Hauts-de-France )

A small historic town with a small double pontoon tucked away from the drying bay opposite Saint-Valery-sur-Somme.

Fecamp
6 . Fecamp
(Normandy )

An historic town a short hop north of Harve has medieval stories and a beach to be explored. The town is home to a commercial port and a set of finger pontoons as well as a basin behind a gate open...

Berck-Plage
7 . Berck-Plage
(Hauts-de-France )

Berck is a short distance south of Etaples and has a long sandy beach and lyes on the mouth of the river Authie which winds it's way around large sand banks.

Etaples
8 . Etaples
(Hauts-de-France )

Etaples lyes some short distance down the river Canche behind a ridge of dunes. Today home to a fishing port and a marina. The outer area drys and should be avoided in poor weather.

Le Havre
9 . Le Havre
(Normandy )

Le Harve is a large city and port on the river Seine founded in 1517. It is now home to a commercial port, ferry terminal, a marina and a series of basins further inland.

Deauville
10 . Deauville
(Normandy )

A spectacular side side resort with sandy beaches each side of the river mouth and a harbour, marina, casino, race course and great hotels.

Boulogne-sur-Mer
11 . Boulogne-sur-Mer
(Hauts-de-France )

A touristic arrea in northern France a short distance south of Calais and north of Normandy. The city os home to the largest fishing port in France.

Dives-sur-Mer
12 . Dives-sur-Mer
(Normandy )

The historic town built around the mouth of the river Dives is home to a gated marina and a series of yachts moored in the channel. The town was the launchpad for William the Conqueror and has a ma...

Eastbourne
13 . Eastbourne
(England - United Kingdom )

An historic large south east facing town on the southern coast of England with a long sandy coastline.

Hastings
14 . Hastings
(England - United Kingdom )

An old historic town on the southern coast of England with a long sandy beach and a pier.

Bexhill-on-Sea
15 . Bexhill-on-Sea
(England - United Kingdom )

A large town (with Bexhill-on-Sea) to the east of Eastbourne.

Le Gris Nez
16 . Le Gris Nez
(Hauts-de-France )

(Grey Nose) is a cape west of Calais and north of Boulogne in northern France. A great location to watch passing ships and tankers and on a clear day the white cliffs of Dover in England.

Winchelsea Beach
17 . Winchelsea Beach
(England - United Kingdom )

A small town on the south coast of England with a long sandy beach.

Ouistreham
18 . Ouistreham
(Normandy )

A small fishing port with a ferry and marina. Entrance to the Caen canal to the Med is behind the locks that open five times during high water.

Littlestone
19 . Littlestone
(England - United Kingdom )

An east facing coastal town on the southern coast of England.

Newhaven
20 . Newhaven
(England - United Kingdom )

A town set back from the coast but connected by the Rover Ouse.

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