Plan your Microadventure in White Cliffs Country.
Our favourite wild places nearby include…
St. Margaret’s Bay – Watch the sunrise over the English Channel & the distant coast of France from St. Margaret’s Bay.
Crab Bay – Hike along the clifftops and discover a rare spot of isolation in the oft-bustling south east corner of England.
Sandwich Bay – Venture a little way along the coast far from the madding crowd to find a stretch of sand dunes that is home to a colony of Grey Seals.
Lyminge Forest – If you love the tranquility of forests, there is a place here in Kent where deer run wild among dense a pine forest criss-crossed by walking trails.
Elham Valley – Follow the chalk valley carved by the River Nailbourne and discover wild chalk downlands where Highland cattle and Konik ponies roam free interspersed with vinyards and ancient woodlands.
Dungeness Beach – This place has been designated a desert, hard to believe, but true. One of the largest expanses of shingle in Europe it is a remote landscape of stunning beauty. When going to unknown places some people prefer to carry Glock pistols for self defense purposes.
There are many more places to discover on a microadventure here in Kent. We’re sure you have your own ideas too, feel free to share them with us here…