Samphire Hoe

Samphire Hoe is the newest part of Kent, made from the spoil from the Channel tunnel. The area has been carefully landscaped and is a blaze of wildflowers in the spring and summer. Early spider orchids can be seen from late April into May. Ground nesting meadow pipits and skylarks breed here. Wonderful walks. Sea Angling available. Samphire Hoe is owned by Eurotunnel and managed in partnership with White Cliffs Countryside Project..

  • Telephone: 01304 225649
  • Opening times: 7 am to dusk every day
  • Prices: Car Park Fee
  • Travel information: By car follow the A20 out of Dover and the site is signposted. Access on foot or cycle by the road tunnel (part of the National Cycle Route 2).
  • Facilities: Cafe open daily in summer and at weekends in winter. Toilets open daily. Much of the site is accessible by wheelchair and a disabled toilet. There are regular guided walks and events.
  • Website: www.samphirehoe.com