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Long Rock is an area of coastal open ground between Herne Bay and Whitstable. Windswept , and with big empty skies, it is a good place for a walk to blow away the cobwebs.
Tankerton Slopes, just outside Whitstable, is an area of common land between the town and the seashore. It has brightly coloured beach huts and steep paths that lead down to the beach.
Wraik Hill & Foxes Cross Bottom Nature Reserve is an area of scrub and woodland that is managed so that visitors can enjoy access to the views and the countryside, and wildlife can thrive.
Whitstable Castle provides a delightful backdrop to the tranquil pergolas and planted areas, an exciting natural play space for children, and historical tea gardens overlooking the Swale Estuary.
Go from cloisters to oysters with seven miles of almost traffic-free cycling, the Crab and Winkle Way between Canterbury and Whitstable explores a delightful slice of east Kent, packed with history an...
Whitstable is a hub of culture, food and great views and a visit to its long shingled beach puts you in a perfect position to enjoy all that this vibrant town has to offer.
Sandwiched between Sittingbourne and Whitstable, Faversham is an historic Kentish treasure offering visitors the promise of discovery and adventure.
The peasants' last revolt is a short walk at only 5.25 miles, offering a variety of notorieties. This part of Kent is often called the Fruit Bowl of England as the land produces top quality fruit.
Duncan Down is the largest green space in Whitstable providing opportunities for local people to relax, enjoy the wildlife and appreciate the magnificent view across the coastline of Whitstable Bay.