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North Downs Way

The North Downs Way is a long distance path of 153 miles (246km) from Farnham, Surrey to Dover, Kent. Runs along the chalk ridge of the North Downs - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


Sandwich Town Tours

Royal Cinque Ports Golf Club

Samphire Hoe

Deal Saturday Market

The Sandwich Way (Route 15)

Royal Geographical Society Walks

Sandwich Market

Solley's Ice Cream Parlour

Coker Fishing Trips

Cross channel swimming

Western Heights Nature Reserve

Mike's Bikes Deal

Cornilo Riding

North Downs Way

Sandwich River Bus

East Kent Railway

Cathedral to Coast Regional Cycle Network 16 and 17

Walmer & Kingsdown Golf Club

Frontline Britain Trail

Dover's Bluebird Market

Shopping in Dover

South Foreland Walk

Monks Wall Nature Reserve

Deal Pier

Chalk and Channel Way


De Bradelei Wharf Shopping Outlet

Dover Sea Sports Centre

Shopping in Villages

Betteshanger Park

Tours of the Realm

Stour Valley Way

Dover Marina

Tides Leisure Centre

Western Heights walks

Farmers Markets

St James Retail and Leisure Park

Via Francigena

Gamebase & Playbase

Walmer Paddling Pool

Sandwich Wildlife Park

Cliffs and Castles route (National Route 1) Dover to Deal

Sea Swimming

Lydden Hill Race Circuit

Cottington Lakes

Chequers Kitchen

Owl House Riding Centre

CHALKUP21 Art & Architecture Trail

The Lane – Cocktail Making


The Wild Kitchen

Cliffs and Castles route (National Route 1) Deal to Sandwich

Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club

Braeside Equestrian Centre

Sandwich Leisure Centre

Cycle Shops and Cycle Hire

Shopping in Sandwich

Royal St George’s Golf Club

Dover Sea Safari

Dover Bluebird Heritage Trail

Miners' Way Trail

Prince's Golf Club

Channel Gliding Club

Cycle Friendly Deal

Shopping in Deal

White Cliffs Countryside Partnership

Saxon Shore Way

England Coast Path

England Plus Tours

Get Lost Escape Rooms

National Cycle Network Route 1

Felderland Pick Your Own Farm

Deal Wednesday Market

Dover District Leisure Centre

Martin Gorse Wood Clay Pigeon Club

Jewellery making at Rees and Rees