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    Folkestone is a port town located on the English Channel, in Kent, south-east England. Up until the 19th century, Folkestone remained a small fishing village whose coastline was constantly battered by the weather. Today the town has a wealth of cultural, natural and entertaining attractions to suit all tastes. Artistic communities, stunning south facing beaches, distinctive histories, as well as wilderness escapes make this corner of Kent well worth a visit. 


    Set where the 'Garden of England' meets the sea, Folkestone has plenty to offer interested tourists.  With one of our Folkestone tours you will be able to explore the picturesque harbour and cobbled streets of this beautiful town, as well as wander around the mile-long cliff-top promenade of The Leas, offering sea views to France.  Folkestone, the 'gateway to France', is a lovely seaside resort and finding things to do here, is never hard.  


    There’s so much for you to do while in Folkestone. Take a ride on the historic Leas Lift down to the Lower Leas Coastal Park, visit the harbour area, where you can have a stroll through the railway arches or take a stroll on one of its stunning beaches. Folkestone has a wide selection of beautiful shores including a sandy beach near the harbour, one of the few within an hour from London and a pebble beach located at the bottom of the Zig Zag path, next to the Lower Leas Coastal Park.  The railway viaduct in the town is also a huge monument, so make sure you don’t miss it if you’re in the area.  And if you’re into art, explore the Creative Quarter, full of 100 artistic enterprises fill the cobbled, historic heart of town, along with pastel-painted studio-galleries, quirky stores, cool bars and chic eateries. 

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