: Kent International Airport
: Stone Bay
: The Nelson
: North Foreland Golf Club
: Restaurant 54
The beauty of breaks in Broadstairs is that whatever your interests, whatever your mood, whatever you age, there is always something enticing to do.
Most visitors are attracted to Broadstairs because of its many lovely sandy beaches. For fresh-air activity cycle along the family-friendly Viking Coastal Trail, play golf (18-holes, mini, adventure), or how about high-octane surfing.
Learning is fun for all ages with the Thanet Coast Project, which organises seashore safaris and Rock Doc Walks revealing the natural wonders of our coast. Maybe join a boat trip to see playful seals.
Broadstairs' heritage and culture is equally varied, contrasting Dickens House Museum and Pugin's Grange with Turner Contemporary and the innovative galleries of Margate Old Town. Also uncover surprises like the exotic Powell-Cotton Museum and the mysterious Shell Grotto.
Broadstairs' English Language Schools also attract many visitors throughout the year and many students, teachers and their families turn their learning experience into a holiday.
As to food, you can tuck into everything from fish and chips to Italian and Thai. Sample café culture beside Ramsgate marina and beer from the local brewery. Crunch on Thanet's very own new crisps and buy Kent's finest from Quex Barn farmers' market.