The wonder of Whitstable: Country walks, succulent seafood and brisk sea breezes on a gem of the Kent coastline



There are now so many DFLs (people Down From London) in Whitstable that the moniker is redundant. Most have chosen to stay put and enjoy the much better life.
After all, this pretty working seaside town, ranged along the beach, with the Isle of Sheppey across the water and the rusting WWII Maunsell Sea Forts on the horizon, is an idyllic spot - and it's only 70 minutes on the train from St Pancras.
Swim at lunchtime in summer, picnic on the beach, cycle along the long stretches of marshland on a light-filled evening.
Whitstable is also an excellent refuelling stop for cyclists or walkers... read more

 
14 November 2016 in Travel, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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