Historic Dieppe is a charming coastal town in Normandy, with much of its centre dating from the 16th century. Home to a thriving market famous for cheese and seafood, a pebbled beach and an imposing 12th century castle, this port town has a great deal to offer.
The nearest international airport for those flying to Dieppe is Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, which is located 180 km to the south of the town. Paris Charles de Gaulle is served by a number of major airlines including Air France, British Airways, Virgin and United. Those arriving by plane will need to catch a shuttle bus or train service to Paris and change for train travel to Dieppe via Rouen. Visitors from the UK however can reach Dieppe via ferry from Newhaven. Ferry crossings directly to Dieppe port take approximately four hours.
Trains to Dieppe arrive at Gare le Dieppe, the town's only railway station. Trains are operated by SNFC with travel to Dieppe from Rouen taking 40 minutes and from Paris 2 hours. From the central train station, much of Dieppe is accessible on foot. Most local bus lines depart a short walk from Dieppe Railway Station at Sevign.
Travel to Dieppe by bus is available from nearby towns and villages. Local bus services to and around Dieppe are provided by Stradibus. Most lines terminate in the centre of Dieppe at Sevign.