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Holiday Park in Kent

Kent may be known as the Garden of England, but its coastline holds its own too – nine beaches on the Isle of Thanet won Blue Flag awards in 2010.

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Kent’s picturesque coastal towns and villages are the stuff of English Heritage calendars: old-fashioned Broadstairs and medieval Sandwich, Canterbury and its cathedral.

A hidden cove and former smugglers' haunt, Botany Bay is backed by white cliffs. At low tide, you can walk south to Joss Bay, Kent's best surfing beach. Then there’s Dungeness – Europe's largest shingle peninsula – which is bleak, eerie and strangely beautiful. And Whitstable is all about fisherman's cottages and oysters. The long beach is pebbly and dotted with beach huts, plus there are oyster stalls to enjoy in the harbour. And you’ll see spectacular sunsets here over the Isle of Sheppey.

Walking the White Cliffs of Dover is a quintessentially Kentish tradition – this four-mile walk takes in views of the famous cliffs (and France on clear days).

And with the 2011 opening of Turner Contemporary in Margate, Tracey Emin's hometown, the Kent coast is now on the map as a fashionable arty destination.169

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Kent – welcome to the garden of England

Sun-seekers love Britain’s warmest and driest region, on average. The Kent coastline can surprise visitors too, with waves big enough for surfing.

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Our park in Kent

Allhallows, Nr Rochester, Kent

This picturesque Kent Park is perfect for those families who enjoy holidays involving the great outdoors. There’s a 9-hole golf course, fishing lake, riding stables, two heated pools and plenty of activities and entertainment. Historic Rochester, Leeds Castle and Canterbury are tempting day trips.