A popular resort in Kent, Folkestone is a seaside destination full of intriguing landmarks and places of interest, something for everyone to enjoy.
Explore the Creative Quarter, a prime tourist attraction with its cobbled streets and pastel colored studio galleries, its home to artists, independent retailers, creative businesses as well as must visit restaurants and cafes.
For picturesque views, take a stroll to The Leas, a clifftop promenade, or follow the Lower Leas Coastal Path which is complete with cycle trails, an amphitheatre and large children’s play area.
Folkestone Harbour Arm is not one to miss with its incredible views of the fishing harbor, coastline and even the famous White Cliffs! Once a key transport hub, it’s now a public pier with the former railway station and ferry terminal now restored to reflect their heritage.
The pier is also a food and drink hotspot with restaurants offering choices from champagne to hand stretched pizza, gourmet coffee and Greek Mezze.