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A fascinating place

This spit of shingle goes quite far out to sea and is only accessible at low tide, but is a very... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
AnnaCrab
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Sussex
The Street

This is a shingle beach out to sea from tankerton beach and makes for a great walk at at... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
B T
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Whitstable, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This spit of shingle goes quite far out to sea and is only accessible at low tide, but is a very nice little stroll.

Thank AnnaCrab
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a shingle beach out to sea from tankerton beach and makes for a great walk at at lowtide. PLEASE KEEP EYE OF TIDE AS CAN BE VERY DANGERIOUS WHEN TIDE COMES IN !!!!!!!!!!!!

Thank B T
Reviewed 6 August 2018 via mobile

Love the street, though beware the fast incoming tides! Old legend says underneath it lays Canterbury Cathedral Spire and leads to the fates of hell, of course a complete fable but it is lovely to walk on a sunny day to give a different perspective...More

1  Thank travelbub
Reviewed 1 June 2018

If you time it right, it is a lovely walk out at low tide to the end of the Street, and quite an unusual experience to have the water on both sides as you walk. You do have to be careful and start heading back...More

1  Thank Shmaggle
Reviewed 16 March 2018

The Street appears at low tide and gives you a completely different perspective of the beach. The seabirds also love the Street, as it exposes all sorts of food for them; the last time I walked along it, a gull repeatedly picked up and dropped...More

Thank mikkelbates
Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

When ever I get the chance to visit Whitstable I always check the tide times for a walk along the Street. There is something special about walking along a natural phenomena like this, maybe it’s the, so far unspoilt town, the harbour or childhood memories.

Thank davenjulia
Reviewed 15 November 2017

The Street makes for an interesting diversion from a regular beach trip and gives you a new perspective on Whitstable and Tankerton. However be wary of the tides, especially if you have small children with you. It can disappear quite quickly.

Thank msteel2016
Reviewed 10 November 2017

In all weathers, we have enjoyed walking beside the sea here, peaceful, charming beach huts, interesting birds, children's playground, skatepark so interesting for all ages. Don't get caught out when the sea comes in on The Street sandbank!

Thank maggieyaxleysmith
Reviewed 23 October 2017

There aren't many places where it feels as though you're walking on the sea, but this is one. Wait for the tide to go out and walk as far as you can along the exposed spit of land for a really different experience and lovely...More

Thank planna52
Reviewed 12 September 2017 via mobile

Wait till low tide & take a walk between the sea. Like parting the waves really good. The shingle is dry so you doubly need Wellington. enjoy

1  Thank peter12345678901234
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alan b
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Response from Harry H | Reviewed this property |
Excellent question. But of course geography is not square. So although Whitstable is on the Eastern Coast, the town faces north and west as it is on a 'bump' sticking up and out. The sun, variably, sets over the Island of... More
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