The Port de plaisance de Dieppe in Normandy, northern France includes three pretty basins just inside the mouth of the river Arques.  A deep-water entry location, there are no tidal restrictions and visitors can enjoy being in the heart of the historic town of Dieppe, with restaurants and shops close by and a popular market voted the second most beautiful in France! The fresh fish market promotes artisenal practices and seasonal catches include sea bass, sea bream, crab, lobsters and scallops.

The marina office is housed in the modern Ango building, where cruisers can make use of showers, etc. and take in the city views from the welcoming Club House. There is a washing machine and dryer and pontoons are equipped with water and electricity with free wifi access. Otherwise, those needing maintenance or repair services can make use of the boatyard and onsite hoist and services.

The Port de plaisance de Dieppe flies the Blue Flag, indicating the notable level of responsible environmental, educational and safety management in the marina and in 2018 was also awarded the “Label Qualité Plaisance” with the top 5-ring rating by the Fédération Française des Ports de Plaisance, for the quality of its welcome and the services offered.

Nearby attractions include the attractive 15th-century Château de Dieppe and the impressive churches of Saint-Remi and St. Jacques.

Port de plaisance de Dieppe is an accessible day’s cruising from Saint-Valery-en-Caux and Port de Fécamp, which collectively form part of France’s famous Alabaster Coast.

 

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