Immortalised by Dame Vera Lynn, take a walk along this impressive stretch of English coastline.
These memorable and patriotic cliffs have proudly guarded England for thousands of years, and are the perfect backdrop for a scenic walk.
Stroll across these grass-topped natural wonders and uncover the vast history of this and many significant events this part of Kent has seen.
From the invasion of the Romans, Normans and Vikings, the Battle of Britain and the rescue at Dunkirk, to providing the backdrop to the Olympic Rings in 2012, the white cliffs have become a part of England’s identity.
Roam one of the dramatic cliff-top walks and discover this haven for natural wildlife, and marvel at the unrivalled views of the English Channel and the French coast.
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