The past couple of years has led more people than ever before to take a staycation and enjoy a holiday in the British Isles. For many people, holidaying in the UK has opened their eyes to the many beautiful places there are to visit right here, without needing to travel abroad. While travel restrictions may be lifted for travel outside the UK, there are still plenty of reasons to continue enjoying holidays in Britain and discovering the hidden gems that make it so special. One beautiful English county that is definitely worth a visit is Kent. Kent certainly lives up to its nickname of ‘the garden of England’ and is home to stunning scenery and plenty of exciting places to explore.
As there are so many different places to explore in Kent, you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to deciding where to visit first. When you book your trip to Kent, you will find plenty of places to stay, and if you enjoy your trip, you could even look for holiday Lodges for sale in Kent so you can keep coming back to explore this beautiful part of the country again and again. Here are some of the must-visit places to explore on your trip to Kent:
The White Cliffs of Dover
Dover’s iconic white cliffs are a sight not to be missed, and you can see them for yourself during your visit to Kent. From the cliffs, you can look across the English Channel and enjoy views that stretch towards the French coast. To see the cliffs and appreciate their natural beauty, you can follow the coastal path that takes you towards South Foreland Lighthouse.
Everyone loves a traditional trip to the British seaside, and where better to enjoy the retro charm of the beach than in Margate. This seaside town is a seriously cool place to visit on your trip to Kent and is well worth a visit even if you just visit for the day. During your trip to Margate, you will find plenty to do. Dreamland Margate is the home of kitsch seaside charm. Here you will find the UK’s oldest wooden rollercoaster. Once you have braved the amusements and rides at Dreamland, why not explore more of the exciting attractions that Margate offers. If you love art, the Turner Contemporary is a place to add to your itinerary.
The Lost Gardens of Sevenoaks
The Lost Gardens of Sevenoaks are a great place to visit if you want to immerse yourself in natural beauty and enjoy a day out in the fresh air. With acres of woodland to explore, a fairy trail to follow and a nursery to shop for your own plants to take away with you, there is plenty to see and do at The Lost Gardens of Sevenoaks. The Lost Gardens of Sevenoaks is also home to some furry friends. If you love alpacas, this is the place to go to enjoy an alpaca trek through the forest.