3 Samphire Hoe

Samfir Howe Martin Thomas / photo modified I wonder where all this chalk went during the construction of the tunnel? Do not be surprised. Samphire Hoe is a 74-acre nature reserve at the foot of the famous Shakespeare’s Rock between Dover and Folkestone, which was built using many tons of mud excavated during the construction of the tunnel. It is also one of the best places to truly appreciate the drama of the magnificent White Cliffs as they tower over you. Samphire Hoe is also popular for bird watching and saltwater fishing. Address: Samfir Road, Dover Official website: www.samphirehoe.com/


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