For my money, the best white cliffs are at the Seven Sisters, part of the Heritage Coast.
The white cliffs can be seen from Samphire Hoe country park, a 1.2km walk across a cycle/footbridge and down a tunnel from the nearest bus service in Aycliffe, or can be accessed by car from the westbound A20 via the tunnel. Mobile phone coverage down there is provided by French networks.
Map of bus routes in Dover: stagecoachbus.com/uploads/ek_dovertownmaps08…
Thank you so much for your answers!
...and if i take the number 15 "The Diamond" bus operated by Stagecoach, from Canterbury to the Castle, (i ignore the name of the right bus stop but i can ask it to the driver...) and then i take again the same bus to St. Margaret's at cliffe?
thank you again!
Yes you could, in St Margaret's it stops at the top of the hill so if you want to see the famous view from the bay you'll have to go down & then back up the big hill to the sea (but it's worth it!). Or you can join the cliff-top trails instead. The Diamond (#15) runs in a loop back to Canterbury. You need to ask for an Explorer ticket which is unlimited day travel so you can get on and off more than once with one ticket (currently cost £5.80).
Timetables here www.stagecoachbus.com/timetables.aspx…Edited: 22 July 2011, 17:28
Yes buy an explorer ticket (I did last September) and grab all the timetable leaflets, so if the mood takes or the weather dictates you can take the next bus to somewhere else.
And the explorer bus ticket costs £5.50 and you can get on and off when you like for the day :)
thank you so much! I'm planning to go next Friday! Finally! :D
Explorer tickets have just gone up to from £5.50 to £5.80 or if there are 2 of you the family ticket for 2 adults is still £10. You pay the driver as you board the bus. Try to have the correct change. Obviously the bus journey to Dover will take longer than the train, but is probably more convenient for the places you want to see.