Classic & Luxury itinerary day-by-day

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  1. 1. Day one


    As we meet you at Dover Ferry Port or Dover station, you have no need to bring your car. We will transfer you to your cosy hotel in a nearby village that sits on top of the cliffs. Settle in and enjoy England!

  2. 2. Day two

    Dover to Sandwich

    Your host will meet you after breakfast with your cycling equipment and run through your tour itinerary. Then you are off - to freewheel down to the characterful old ports of Deal and Sandwich. Cycle adjacent to the shore, take in the castles, and explore the fascinating history of these Cinque port towns. Detour if you wish to explore the old mining villages of the area. Your overnight stop is an old inn in the heart of beautiful Sandwich.

     10 miles (16 km) or 20 miles (32 km)

  3. 3. Day three

    Sandwich to Canterbury

    Pedal through orchards and pretty villages today and you will discover wonderful pubs and Roman antiquities. Your route leads you traffic free into the heart of Canterbury where your hotel awaits you. There's much to explore in this astounding heritage city with its magnificent cathedral, and many museums.

     17 miles (27 km)

  4. 4. Day four

    Canterbury to Faversham

    This is a fascinating ride that sets out along the old Crab and Winkle railway line to Whitstable. Enjoy the harbour there, sample its famous oysters and dip into the craft shops of its high street. Then follow some of the old Saxon shore with its often remote atmosphere and rich maritime history. Stay overnight in the outstanding market town of Faversham and its creek lined with barges.

     17 miles (27 km)

  5. 5. Day five

    Faversham to Canterbury

    Head inland through pretty villages and valleys dotted with orchards and classic views. There's a fine garden to visit and cosy pubs to discover. Or perhaps there's just a little more to explore in Canterbury before returning your bikes to our base. Its a short train hop back to Dover.

     19 miles (30 km)