Royal Military Canal
The Royal Military Canal was created as a major military defence against Napoleon between 1804 and 1809. It now forms a tranquil haven for wildlife from Seabrook and through the Cinque Port of Hythe. Its staggered course winds it way below Lympne Castle and the ruined Roman harbour Port Lemanus, before continuing on to Rye.
Experience Days at Howletts Wild Animal Park and Port Lympne Reserve
Port Lympne Hotel and Reserve
Hythe Imperial Hotel, Spa & Golf
New Beach Holiday Park
The Grand Oldtimer Rally