Margates Harbour Arm is a lovely place to come for a walk it is south-facing therefore it is in the sun all day.
Come and see the beautiful views of the sea and the town. Enjoy a drink in the Lighthouse Bar, a Sandwich from Puffins or some of Jean’s fabulous cooking at BeBeached Café. Then you can workit off hiring a bike from Caitlin’s Beach Cruisers! In the summer it’s a busy, and interesting place to be indeed.
With a Cafe and Bar you can relax in the sun watching the sea swell in and out. additionally there is a Harbour Arm Gallery where you can often see artists working in the studios. Finally the shell lady named after Mrs Booth stands at the end.
Ramsgate Royal Harbour
You must visit the arches with many businesses beginning to thrive among the boats and sights of the area. Then wait until the evening and you will see the lights and sights that offer you a different view, meanwhile, the businesses continue to entertain the visitor.
Royal Harbour Marina with is in a unique location. It is a matchless setting, both on the water and off. Situated just 35 miles from the French coast, The Marina is on the doorstep of the continent. This connection is reflected in the cosmopolitan cafes and bars lining our picturesque waterfront.
Capitalising on Margate’s swiftly growing reputation as a brand new capital of British cool, Dreamland Margate reopens with a wealth of new and rejuvenated features set to redefine ‘a day out at the seaside’.
The amusement park is re-landscaped to provide a space that brings together lovingly restored vintage rides set against a backdrop of art installations (including an interactive marble run and a mirrored spinning top), adventurous street food, unique bars and an eclectic programme of live events. A new garden boardwalk also gives everyone the opportunity to admire the antique menagerie cages from the 1800s, capturing part of the site’s unique history.
The ride line-up features some old favourites alongside some new additions including: the Brooklands Speedway, the Wedgwood Tea Cups and the Crazy Mouse. The Waltzer has been painstakingly restored to its former 1940s glory and our new Teddy and Betty Land, an area designed for your little funsters, features Betty’s Beehive Coaster.
With 15,000 capacity event space will be ready to welcome international and homegrown acts to Dreamland, which firmly sees us put Margate back on the music venue map. This is alongside the legendary 2000 capacity Hall By The Sea, that once famously played host to The Rolling Stones and The Who.
On the seafront, the original 1930s Cinque Ports pub is being brought back to life, offering modern pub fare with a front row view of the beach. This summer will also see the addition of Margate’s only rooftop bar offering unparalleled vistas over the iconic ‘JMW Turner’ skyline.
The reimagining of the famed destination is a key stage to play a major role in the on-going transformation of Margate’s thriving seafront district into a world-class attraction for both local residents and tourists.
Broadstairs Harbour Arm
Attached on the end of Viking Bay is the Harbour Arm, often people sit on the end with an icecream from the shop watching the tide swell in and out. People like to surf close to the wall because of the calm swells that the wall creates. Viking Bay is one of the most popular beaches in Thanet.