The English Channel, also known as the Strait of La Manche, is a strait that separates Britain from France, which connects the Atlantic Ocean and the North Sea. The strait is 560 kilometers (350 miles) long, and the narrowest point is also called the Strait of Dover, which is only 34 kilometers (21 miles) wide. Dover in England and Calais in France are across the strait.
The seabirds in the harbor are flying, but unfortunately they can't feed them without bread, but it is good to watch the sunset here. People often take pictures.