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#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Dymchurch
A beautiful flat & sandy unspoilt beach with a promenade that goes on for miles & is perfect for a gentle stroll when the tide is out, as well as for great family fun days out to build sand castles, sunbathe, enjo...
Amazing sandy beaches and great for the family and kids to make sand castles galore !! Amenities are very close by and a visit to Dymchurch Amusement Park and a couple of pints in The Hidden Treasure Micropub afte...

Fisherman's Beach

Hythe 1.9 mi away
#3 of 4 Nature & Parks in Hythe
Hidden Gem, stunning views, just love fisherman's beach in Hythe, fab fish shop/ restaurant on the beach called Griggs you can take your own wine eat on the beach, also just a bit further along the beautiful coast...
Lovely beach with the fishing boats, etc. Griggs' fish market offers great fish and seafood and also serves brunch/lunch with the daily catch.

Romney Marsh

New Romney 3.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in New Romney
There are so many attractions from the RSPB reserve, visiting Dungeness Power Station, taking the RH&D Railway to Hythe and boating on the Military Canal, varied water sports, kite surfing, beach fishing, guided /...
Lots to do, including going on small (size wise) t rain from Dungeness, RSPB Bird Sanctuary at Dungeness, Plsne Museum at Brenzett plus lots more including Fundair (open most holidays), arcades.Port Lympne Zoo nea...

Port Lympne Reserve

Lympne 3.7 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Lympne
What an amazing experience, both the safaris were excellent, brought to life by our brilliant ranger Will, his knowledge was incredible and his clear passion for his role and the animals really made this trip.
Superb animals in 'natural' surroundings, happy and knowledgeable staff always helpful, great Lodge accommodation and services ....we stayed over two nights as there were 600 acres to enjoy with a powered people b...
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St Mary's Bay Beach

St Mary's Bay 1.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in St Mary's Bay
Part of the Dymchurch Bay which spans 14 miles of beaches - St Mary's Bay is a wonderful sandy beach with a delightful promenade It links directly to Littlestone Beach on the western side and Dymchurch Beach on th...
From the car park there is a short walk through woods before you decent the steps to the beach.

Hythe Beach

Hythe 4.8 mi away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Hythe
... heading towards sand gate, we travel a long way just doe this ice cream There are also some lovely walks just off the beach and a skate park near by for the children - free parking too which is a huge bonus
Great beach, we had a lovely walk both in the evening and during the day it was lovely and well worth a visit when your in the area !!!

Greatstone Beach

Greatstone 4.2 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Greatstone
We were staying at Romney Sands Park And decided on Sunday to make the short walk to this lovely Sandy Beach Wide expanse of sand with Dunes at the top Shallow water We stayed playing games for hours The kids love...
... walk this every day with my dogs makes me feel very lucky to be here, luckily the beach is very large and still very unknown, there is a public car park at 2 parts of the beach, great dunes for walking amongst.
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Burmarsh
The children loved getting in with the rabbits and guinea pigs, riding on the train and the fair ground rides, climbing, sliding and digging in the sand pit.
I find that when I take her to a park, that they don't always have much that is suitable for small toddlers but there's plenty here.

Brockhill Country Park

Hythe 5.1 mi away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Hythe
Across grassed hills, valleys, stream-lined forrest enclosures and proper agriculture land, worth a wander in to the wilderness, on the edge of a lovely area inland of Hythe, Seabrook.
The delight of early snowdrops in the Spring, children's activities in the school holidays, picking blackberries in the Autumn, getting away from the fierce sun at the height of Summer and walking along the frozen...

RSPB Dungeness

Dungeness 6.5 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Dungeness
We spent a couple of hours at the reserve surrounded but a huge variety of dragonflies, butterflies and birds including egrets, marsh harriers, terns and rare plants like viper's bugloss.
The Visitors Centre is well worth a visit with the well stocked shop, delightful views, knowledgeable volunteers, views and tea and coffee.

Littlestone Beach

Littlestone-on-Sea 3.9 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Littlestone-on-Sea

Royal Military Canal

Kent, UK 4.0 mi away
#148 of 287 Nature & Parks in Kent
There are well tended paths at the side.
Plea that of pubs and cafes in the village too

Sandgate Beach

Sandgate 6.9 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Sandgate
I love Sandgate..Its a small coastal upmarket town with its pubs, cafes and quaint shops ..but what makes this town is the beach..I think to a lot of people see it as quiet and unassuming I have been a visitor sin...
A wild winter's day for a second visit, huge waves only feet away and throwing up shingle that had buried parts of the footpath.
#2 of 2 Nature & Parks in Dymchurch