Samphire Hoe Dover Kent (2 miles)
Just outside Dover is Samphire Hoe, referred to as the newest piece of England it was formed from the millions of cubic meters of Channel Tunnel spoil. Careful landscaping has created a place suitable for both people and wildlife.

What is Samphire Hoe?
The chalk cliffs at Dover form a vital element of the Kent Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a nationally important and protected landscape. Samphire Hoe is one of the few places where one can truly appreciate the drama of the White Cliffs. Great care has been taken to make the landscape of Samphire Hoe fit in this dramatic setting.