St Margaret's Bay

Walks: Dover to Deal

Halfway between Dover and Deal, this compact little cove is backed by white cliffs, making it a very scenic place for a dip. There is a good depth of water, except at low tide when there is a shallow sea over rocks. There is almost no current close to the shore though a moderate one further out.

  • Food and drink: The Coastguard Pub at one end of the cove is a firm favourite: its fish in beer batter is particularly recommended. There is also a seasonal tea kiosk on the beach. St Margaret's-at-Cliffe inland also has plenty of pubs, and hourly buses (every two hours on Sundays) to Dover or Deal.

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