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#1 of 12 things to do in New Romney
Hythe, a short walk takes you into the Main Street where you will find plenty of antique shops, cafes and niche shops, as well as a fantastic sweet shop which sells all your childhood favourites ready for the retu...
The carriages had plenty of room, it is great fun seeing people’s gardens, especially the houses with mini railways in the garden, Dungeness is fantastic all the shingle and the massive nuclear plant.
#1 of 3 things to do in Greatstone
... 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.
Lovely beach, really clean and our children loved it.
#2 of 3 things to do in Greatstone

Dymchurch Beach

Dymchurch 4.6 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Dymchurch
... from them all to make sure you have a good holiday, all the staff on park were very helpful and professional, cant fault it, nice clean inviting park...cant wait to come back with the grandchildren in July
A lovely beach with very nice sand but be very careful the tide normally comes in very fast at around mid day, and the sand further out is very wet and you sink into it if you stand still for any length of time an...

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

Rye, UK 8.9 mi away
#4 of 42 things to do in Rye
From watching the mists rolling away over the sea to reveal this fabulous nature reserve to seeing a variety of bird life, both whilst we were walking and in the purpose built hides, we really enjoyed our visit.
I popped into the nature reserve where there is a lovely big free car park it is an excellent Walk Right up to the harbour mouth if you get time pop into the little gift shop reception they are very helpful a love...
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Camber Sands

Camber, UK 7.6 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Camber
Camber sands is well known for its fabulous sand dunes, the beach is very clean , there are life guards on duty, Several cafes and little shop to buy bucket and spade etc Toilets etc highly recommend a visit also...
Camber sands is a lovely beach the sand dunes are great for climbing up and down it’s quite a trek to get to the beach but it was worth it the best time to go down to the beach is 9-12 or 4-7 because it isn’t very...

Dymchurch Amusement Park

Dymchurch 4.5 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Dymchurch
Mark the owner, along with his dad who you will also find to be just as personable and hardworking and also ever present have created a perfect seaside escape for all with the perfect mix of rides, arcade machines...
Great fun for the children and adults lots to do and a great way to spend a good few hours beach near by a lovely walk if you have a dog with you pet friendly .

The Kitesurf Centre

Camber, UK 6.9 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Camber
... my second time at the kite surf centre and once again had a great time, my instructor,Vladimir, was excellent I felt I progressed a lot in the lesson thanks to him, safety was excellent but also had a lot of fun.
Fantastic place the people were helpful the safty talks you could understand it was fun all roundtransport is about anature reserve also dog friendly sands also room for bikes

Alpaca Annie

Burmarsh 5.7 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Burmarsh
It was a wonderful unique experience and we all had such a great day on the trek as well as meeting the baby alpacas and feeding the other older ones all to finish with a certificate at the end! 100% worth it
After the gentle stroll you get to feed other Alpacas which is great fun as they are well aware that you have a tub of carrots for them!! Highly recommended for any age.
#3 of 7 things to do in Dungeness
Designated as a National Nature Reserve, a Special Protection Area and a Special Area of Conservation, Dungeness National Nature Reserve is one of the best examples of a shingle beach in the world.
It has a light house you can climb , power station you can visit, couple of pubs for food and drink , a sea food shack , and art you can buy .

Romney Marsh

New Romney 2.0 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do 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 /...
Saw Derek Jarmans grave stone at St Clements, the back of the stone looks like on of his paintings.

RSPB Dungeness

Dungeness 2.0 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do 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 bird feeders in the car park attract the usual suspects (blue tit, great tit, robin, sparrow, blackbird etc) but it's still great to see them fly in and out and they were very active.

Action Watersports

Lydd 2.9 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Lydd
Highly recommend, great fun for kids and grown ups! Haven’t laughed so hard all day Felt like we had plenty of time on the water sports activities and the staff were all really polite and friendly!
... and give you confidence, the atmosphere is very relaxed Plenty of parking available, Tara and coffees and small snacks are also available but recommend to bring your own picnic, there is also a barbecue area.

Old Lighthouse Dungeness

Dungeness 3.0 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in Dungeness
The views from the top of the Old Light House are pretty spectacular, especially when the weather is so good (April and 20+ Deg C - WOW!).
We bought some nice souvenirs and the staff, an older lady and young man were very knowledgeable and engaging, which enhanced our visit.

Romney Marsh Visitor Centre

New Romney 2.4 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in New Romney
Great place to visit to get the history of the area sells local things and gifts nice tea room limited parking toilets were clean and well lit we did 1of the walks about a mile long saw lots of dragonflies and wil...

Ebike Hire

Camber, UK 7.3 mi away
#5 of 6 things to do in Camber
We hired these as part of gentlemen's country retreat outing and rode from Camber to Dungerness, was great fun and quite thrilling at times, the bikes are super easy to use and pick up quite a bit of speed.
Pick up was easy , they had the bikes/helmets/locks all ready and explained everything needed perfectly - with easy access to bike tracks/paths Easy ride along the coast and lakes from camber to Lydd then onto no...

Fisherman's Beach

Hythe 6.3 mi away
#5 of 8 things to do in Hythe
Upmarket seaside town fisherman's beach is beautiful
Hythe is the best seaside town in Kent by far.

Littlestone Beach

Littlestone-on-Sea 0.8 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Littlestone-on-Sea

St Mary's Bay Beach

St Mary's Bay 2.9 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in St Mary's Bay
From the car park there is a short walk through woods before you decent the steps to the beach.
Great beach...walked for miles, even in the rain and wind.

Dungeness Lifeboat Station

Dungeness 3.3 mi away
#6 of 7 things to do in Dungeness
Good opportunity to see the new Shannon Class lifeboat - and always good to leave a donation to support the RNLI.
A great visit with very informative attentive attendant both in the shop and on the lifeboat.

The Warren Inn

New Romney 2.2 mi away
#10 of 12 things to do in New Romney
#7 of 12 things to do in New Romney
Great little place with an amazing historic collection of items, tons of local history, items, pictures, letters, displays, it has it all!
We love this museum ( well more my partner and kids do) it has a number of great displays and whats more the volunteers who run the place are so friendly.