Head to the award-winning seafront and the Sustrans Dover Portrait Bench where you'll find Bond's creator, Ian Fleming, immortalised in a silhouette statue.
Royal Café, Bench Street, Dover Walk along Bench Street, where Bond stopped for scrambled eggs and bacon at the former Royal Café (now an office block, Atina House), referred to in Fleming's stories as Café Royal.
The Port of Dover Follow the signs to the White Cliffs of Dover on foot or cycle from the seafront (you can hire bikes from the Click-2-Cycle stop on the sea side of the underpass). Not only will you have a breath-taking view of the cliffs, you will also get a fantastic view of the Port of Dover - a location where filming took place for Diamonds Are Forever.
Dover Castle Head to Dover Castle to continue the Moonraker journey, the James Bond story in which 007 drives past a ‘wonderful cardboard castle’ and see for yourself if you agree with this interesting description! Although Bond didn’t venture inside, it's worth visiting to explore and climb the Great Tower for a fantastic view of Dover and the surrounding countryside and discover the fascinating history of White Cliffs Country.
The Swingate, near Dover Carry on past the ‘petrified Roman Candles’ of Swingate Radar Station where you will come to The Swingate. This is said to be the location of the ‘World Without Want’ and it is the scene of a murder in Moonraker. This was where Fleming and Noel Coward would meet, after racing here from London, before heading down to ‘White Cliffs’ in St Margaret’s.