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Hotels in Dieppe
The seaside town of Dieppe, on the north coast of France, is protected by cliffs and lies on both sides of the mouth of the River Arques. A port of great importance for many centuries, Dieppe is now a popular tourist destination with both English and French holidaymakers, as well as keen sailors who come in great numbers to fill the town's colourful harbour.
History and culture
Dieppe has a rich maritime history, and the town was one of the country's most important ports during the 16th and 17th centuries. Learn about local shipbuilding, fishing techniques and Dieppe's relationship with the sea at the Estran Cité De La Mer, where you can also meet some of the Channel's residents at the museum's aquarium.
Visit Château Musée de Dieppe to take in its commanding view of the town and the surrounding area, and try to make time for St Jacques Church, a hugely impressive building built between the 12th and 16th centuries. At Le Memorial du 19 Aout 1942, a museum set within the town's 19th-century theatre, you'll have the chance to learn about the Anglo-Canadian raid carried out on German-occupied Dieppe during the Second World War.
We have a range of Dieppe hotels to choose from, each ideally placed to allow you to explore the town and visit its numerous sights. A 1.8km-long pebble beach runs along the north end of town and is a major attraction for visitors. Set back from the promenade are Dieppe's vast lawns, as well as a children's play area and crazy golf course.
If the sea is a little too cold for a dip then consider visiting Le Carré sports complex. Metres from the seafront, the centre offers a wide range of activities from swimming to spa treatments. Golfers can practice their swing at the area's 18-hole golf course, located between Dieppe and Pourville sur Mer.
The Auchan Hypermarket in Dieppe is a popular place to pick up essentials, with a good selection of France's national chain stores represented here, along with smaller specialist shops. You'll find plenty of independent businesses within the town, including antique stores and gift shops. Be sure to visit the town's colourful street market, held every Saturday morning.
Being a port Dieppe is, of course, a great place to find top-quality seafood restaurants. In fact the town is famous for its scallops. Head to the old port to find a wide variety of establishments nestled along the quayside.
Le Comptoir des Huitres on Cours de Dakar is known for its seafood and is popular with locals, as is Bistrot des Barrieres in the Arcade de la Poissonerie. Also located in the arcade is L'Adresse, well known for its excellent pizzas. Le Colombier, set in a converted farmhouse, 7km to the south-west of Dieppe, is highly regarded for its fine dining experience and use of seasonal market produce.
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