The perfect holiday destination, world-class cities such as Paris, Rouen and Amiens vie for your attention with dramatic cliffs, vast sweeping beaches and artistic treasures like Monet’s Garden at Giverny.
The opportunities for outdoor activities are endless: walking, sailing, fishing, cycling, kayaking, golfing… with its lovely forests, great lakes and walking trails, Normandy is a paradise for lovers of the great outdoors.
If food and drink are more your thing, why not follow Normandy’s celebrated Cheese and Cider Route, stocking up on Camembert, Pont L’Eveque, Calvados and cider along the way? And if all that isn’t enough, there’s always Europe’s most famous theme park, Disneyland Paris!
Autumn also sees a number of festivals and events in Paris and the Normandy area including the Seine boat race, The Fêtes du Beaujolais, the Normandy Autumn Festival and Forges-les-Eaux Cider festival.
Dieppe travel guide
Relax as you sail
Our four-hour Newhaven to Dieppe service operates twice daily, departing Newhaven at 10.00 and 23.00 and returning from Dieppe at 05.30 and 18.00. (Times subject to change depending on tidal restrictions).
And with onboard facilities including a restaurant, bar with floor to ceiling windows and stunning sea views, comfortable en-suite cabins and an onboard shop, your holiday will start the moment you drive onto the ship.
Our ferry service is perfect for starting your family holiday on the right foot. In addition to offering spacious deck and lounge areas with reclining seats and private cabins, the Newhaven to Dieppe ferry also includes a brightly coloured play zone for infants.
Travellers are also welcome to travel with pets for a small extra charge, subject to and animal transport regulations.
Newhaven - Dieppe travel updates
Onboard the Newhaven - Dieppe ferry
In addition to our Portsmouth to Le Havre route, DFDS Seaways also runs daily cross channel ferries to France from Dover to Calais, Dover to Dunkirk and from Portsmouth to Le Havre.