Kent Tourist Information

Kent Tourist and Visitor Information with links to heritage, nature and tourist attractions, many with brief details of disabled access.

Kent is situated at the Eastern end of the coast of Southern of England, a mix of urban and rural communities, within commuting distance of London it has a coastline starching along the English Channel into the Thames Estuary. Its seaside resorts have long been popular with holidaymakers. The county also claims the title of ‘The Garden of England’. Kent can also claim to have a border with France, in the middle of the Channel Tunnel.


Official Tourist Website


Tourisn Videos


Welcome to Canterbury Cathedral from Visit Kent

Make your own family story in Kent from Visit Kent

Make Your Own Adventure Story in Kent from Visit Kent

Welcome to White Cliffs Country – Dover, Deal and Sandwich from Dover DC

Escape to the Isle of Thanet from from Thanet DC

Discover Medway from Medway Council


National Parks

South Downs National Park


High Weald AONB

Kent Downs AONB


Wildlife Trust & Nature

Kent Wildlife Trust



Literary connections

Jane Austen (Sense and Sensibility)

Geoffrey Chaucer (Canterbury Tales)

Daniel Defoe (Robinson Crusoe)

Charles Dickens (Great Expectations)

Ian Fleming (James Bond & Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)

Christopher Marlowe (poet and playwright)


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