The « Valley of the Rocks », « Exmoor National Park », Stonehenge, and back to Dover. MORE ABOUT...
A last glance to the « Valley of the Rocks », a steep down ride (15 %) towards Lynmouth, and off we go on crossing the « Exmoor National Park ». Once again, plains are spreading accross the horizon and moor is the main vegetation. Once arrived in Taunton, head East towards London via national roads and motorways. A single little detour brings us to Stonehenge. This pre-historic site in the UNESCO Wolrd Heritage is worth the detour. The iste will soon be adapted to give a better impression of its ancestral greatness. The A303 becomes M3, and after goind around London by the South we go to Folkestone to go aboard the shuttle or carry on to Dover to go aboard the ferry.
www.aferry.fr/ - Dover - Calais or Dunkerque www.eurotunnel.com - Folkestone - calais
Possibility to go aboard without reservation, yet at a higher price of course.
Michelin Tourist & Road Atlas. 1/300.000 - pages 7 to 13 Le Guide du Routard «England – Wales » From Lynton to Dover - 452 km - 6 hours From Calais to Bruxelles - 205 km - 2,5 hours