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“Lovely traditional seafront walk”
Review of The Leas Promenade

The Leas Promenade
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$536.70*
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Themed Half-Day Tour of Folkestone, Battle of Britain Memorial and White Cliffs...
Ranked #2 of 73 things to do in Folkestone
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Reviewed December 29, 2012

Well-kept grassed area with seafront and views of France in front, and fabulous Victorian building behind.

Thank Rubybirkenhead
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Reviewed December 27, 2012

this is lovely the shops and the seats about and to be able to look over the sea really makes you feel relaxed, especeally after the walk up.

Thank irkettannb
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Reviewed December 7, 2012

A wide open space excellent for walking along whether briskly or a gentle stroll. Lots of seats to sit and admire the view.Clean- free from litter and dog mess.

Thank GertieP
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Reviewed December 2, 2012

Running along the top of the Leas for about a mile it is a lovely walk with many places to sit and picnic overlooking the Channel

Thank Robin J
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Reviewed November 13, 2012

What a lovely walk this is.....the pavements are well even and the views are well taking in along the way. The grassy verges are always trim and cared for and the chalky white Old English Houses and buidings will transport you to anther time...lets say Oliver or Charles Dickens... you will pass the band stand and a bush cut in the shape of the crown jewels. You can take head off the Leas in the direction on Sandgate where the views on the decent are an opportunity for you camera!

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