Besides the extravagant cities of London, Manchester, Birmingham, etc the tourists has lot more to see in England. In this regard the Kent Coastline is an attractive place for travelers to visit. It has many things to offer than merely beaches. Actually Kent Coast line is the railway line that starts from Dover Priory (Main railway station in the Kent) to Margate (seaside town in Kent) in the Kent County.
How to Reach Kent Coastline?
You can easily go to Kent Coastline by taking a train from London. It is a comfortable journey of less than two hours. Kent is also renowned as garden of England. Nonetheless, the Kent County has a long distance covered with seashores and the well known beach towns comprise of Hastings, Deal, Margate, Broadstairs, etc.
The Kent Coastline can boast of having extended and wide sparkling sandy beaches. Large number of these beaches is environment friendly, as these falls in the category of blue flag. These are sheltered bays as well as full of life seaside settlements. In fact, there is a lot more for travelers, if they would like to spend long weekend here. These attractions comprise of peculiar self governing shops, laudable restaurants and fashionable luxury style hotels. The center of attention for a here tourist is beaches, stretched from Whitsable to Ramsgate. Both these are seaside towns in Kent.
People would like to visit the vibrant huts at Beach on Herne Bay (Seaside town) and the conventionally built beach resorts of Broadstairs. On their way, they also see and enjoy number of other seashores.
Activities other than Seashores
The ramblers or those people, who are interested in hiking, can also revitalize them by hiking the top of rocks. Concurrently, during their hiking trip; they can also discover the Viking Coastal path which is twenty seven miles (around 44 kilo meters) long area.