After driving through a steep dark tunnel you emerge at a park with great views of the White Cliffs of Dover and the English Channel. Even on a typical moody English day the cliffs are lovely. A sea wall has been built to contain all the spoil, which now has a lush covering of grassland. Take a circular walk along the sea wall to the west, then return via the reclaimed land. Take some binoculars and you may see the falcons and kestrels who have made their home here, along with countless other birds - some permanent residents some transient migrants. A few ships visible on the horizon. Many people, walking, dog walking and just out enjoying the good weather. Lovely. Finished off our walk with an ic-cream from the kiosk. There's a cheap carpark (£2 for all day) and a small cafe for refreshments.
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