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Today's featured coast is Kent

Kent is known as the 'Garden of England', but also boasts many miles of coastline stretching round from the Thames estuary to East Sussex. The coast line includes the famous white cliffs of Dover.. Find out more, visit Kent.

We have visitor information and photographs for the main coastal towns and resorts in Kent, including Sandwich, Herne Bay, Faversham, and details of beaches, visitor attractions such as Dickens House Museum, visitor accommodation, B&B's, hotels, guest houses and restaurants.


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Time for our coastal gallery!

Scarborough beach - Steps to SpaEast Runton beach photoSaltburn Cliff Lift StationShaldon DevonBotany Bay Beach and CliffsRedcar sandy beachRedcar beach in summerWhitby Abbey at sunsetHastings net shopsRX90 Valiant at Fishermens MuseumTenby beach at sunset

... some sample articles from our blog

History of the Goodwin Sands

Goodwin sands hovercraftThe Goodwin Sands are a notorious stretch of sands just off the coast of Kent. Submerged at high tides, with areas being exposed and drying sufficiently for a man to walk on at low tides, they present a particular challenge to shipping given their location at the narrowest part of the busiest shipping channel in the world [...] Read more.


Martello Towers of the East Coast

Hythe martello towerThe East Coast Martello towers were built in Essex and Suffolk around the same time as the South Coast towers starting in 1809. They were intended to prevent Napoleon's armies from reaching London via Essex/Suffolk [...] Read more.


Martello Towers of the Kent and Sussex Coast

Hythe martello towerMartello Towers were built along the coast of Kent and East Sussex, between 1805 and 1808 to protect against invasion by Napoleon. A good number of them survive today, some restored as museums and residences [...] Read more.


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