Thanet is the furthest south-east you can go in Britain and comprises of the popular seaside towns, Margate, Broadstairs and Ramsgate. 

The traditional holiday town, Margate, is in the midst of a cultural renaissance with its revival of The UK’s original Pleasure park, Dreamland. Take time to also visit The Hugin, a reconstructed Viking longship located at Pegwell Bay or the popular Turner Contemporary Gallery, a dynamic visual arts organisation which is situated on Margate’s seafront.

Broadstairs is brimming with nostalgic, seaside charms with its wonderful 7 sandy beaches where you can learn to surf, stroll amid towering chalk stacks or visit the town’s main beach, where you’ll discover the harbour and cliff-top promenade. Westwood Cross is an excellent place to shop in Broadstairs with a range of independent stores in an open setting.

Ramsgate is a fast developing town and boasts one of the largest marinas on the south coast from which you can pick one of the many cross channel ferries. 

With Thanet’s rich history, glorious beaches, beautiful countryside, and wealth of tempting places to eat, it is certainly a popular place to visit.

Image courtesy of Visit Kent.