Romney Marsh The Fifth Continent
is known for its natural beauty,
of its habitats,
rich history, extensive coastline and its sheep.
With much to see and do, excellent accommodation, outstanding attractions,
fine food and drink, varied walking routes and many sandy beaches,
Romney Marsh is an ideal place to visit, explore and enjoy.
Only on Romney Marsh
You will only find these on Romney Marsh
- The World's Smallest Public Railway
- Three Types of Sound Mirrors
- The Largest Shingle Foreland in Britain
- A Martello Tower as it was in Napoleonic times
- Fourteen Medieval
- Emerald Moth
- The best known Sheep in the world’
Dymchurch has one of the finest sandy beaches in Kent.
You can now view realtime pictures streamed from Dymchurch beach.
The beachcam provides live information on the
and others wishing to use the beach for leisure.
You can check the tides,
see the weather in real time, watch the seagulls and view spectacular sunrises.
The Romney Hythe & Dymchurch Railway has ninty years of
set against the backdrop
of Kent’s most picturesque
This makes a journey on the Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway a totally unique experience.
The Romney, Hythe & Dymchurch Railway is proud to operate the most complete collection
of one third full size Steam Locomotives in the world,
running on tracks just 15 inches apart.
13½ miles of track stretch across the picturesque Romney Marsh from the Cinque Port town of Hythe
to Dungeness; one of the largest expanses of
in the world & designated
as a National Nature Reserve.