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Alkham

Description
An amble through the countryside, following one of the Alkham Walks that you can download from the village website, could be followed by a drink and lunch at the Marquis.
Deal

Deal

Description
Deal, winner of The Telegraph's High Street of the Year 2013, was once a major port and is steeped in maritime history. Take a walk through the old part of the town renowned for smuggling during the 18th century. Indulge yourself in some café culture or why not try some locally caught fresh fish in one of the many restaurants or pubs. With a wide range of accommodation from bed and breakfasts, hotels and cosy self catering cottages you're sure to find the perfect place to stay.
Dover

Dover

Description
With its wealth of history and heritage, Dover welcomes millions of visitors each year. Enjoy exhilarating cliff tops walks on the world famous White Cliffs of Dover or explore 2000 years of history at Dover Castle. Why not enjoy a spot of retail therapy at the De Bradelei Wharf Designer Outlet or take to the water and try an activity at Dover's new Sea Sport Centre. However you choose to spend your holiday, Dover has so much to discover whether for a short break or even to stay a little longer!
Sandwich

Sandwich

Description
Step back in time and explore one of the original Cinque Ports. Wander through the unspoilt medieval streets, where there are more half timbered houses than any other street in England or follow the historic town trail, much of it running alongside the River Stour. With many local events, championship golf courses and attractions, there always plenty to see and do!
Valleys and Downlands

Valleys and Downlands

Description
The North Downs slope gently eastwards towards the English Channel between the White Cliffs at Dover and the Isle of Thanet. This landscape supports a range of important habitats and wildlife such as areas of herb-rich chalk grassland, bluebell and wild flower rich ancient woodlands. Hedges are another special feature, dividing arable fields and linking many of the areas of woodland together.
Villages

Villages

Description
Explore rural East Kent and discover how our little communities and towns have witnessed the passage of Kings and Queens along with soldiers and sailors.
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