Welcome to the district of Canterbury, a beautiful corner of Kent that encompasses the city of Canterbury, the coastal towns of Herne Bay and Whitstable and beautiful countryside.
Canterbury is a popular destination for groups as it is steeped in history and offers the perfect blend of old and new with its enchanting cobbled streets and medieval buildings sitting comfortable with the more modern architecture and shopping centre. Canterbury Cathedral is the highlight of any visit and offers a whole host of options for groups including private tours, workshops and behind the scenes tours. Canterbury Cathedral, along with St Augustine's Abbey and St Martin's Church, form the Canterbury World Heritage Site.
The city is easily explored on foot; take a guided tour or rest your feet and enjoy a river trip along the River Stour. With other attractions including and the very popular Canterbury Tales and 3 museums, a thriving retail hub and countless pubs, cafes and restaurants. Canterbury is packed with excitement and interesting things to see and do.
Herne Bay is a hive of activity in the summer months. Visitors can enjoy traditional fish and chips or an ice cream as they soak up the sun while walking along the promenade in this very traditional seaside resort.
Whitstable has a distinctive character making it a popular tourist destination. Famous for its oysters, Whitstable's maritime history is celebrated with the annual Whitstable Oyster Festival which continues to grow in popularity. A lovely working harbour, charming cafes, pubs, great restaurants and many individual quaint shops all serve to make this town so special.