Recluver Towers and Roman Fort

Sitting on the Kent coastline are the iconic Reculver Towers, the towers were a part of the remodelling of the church in the 12th century. Reculver was one of the earliest Roman Forts built to defend Saxon raids. Later becoming a Anglo Saxon monastery and then the parish church for Reculver.

The site can be viewed from the outside all year and has wonderful coastal walks both ways from the towers. One from Reculver to Birchington along the sea wall and the opposite direction will take you to Herne Bay.

There is a chargeable car park, this does get busy especially at weekends and holidays.

Located by the car park is Hat Hats Coffee shop, they have a variety of drinks, ice creams, cakes and more which is all very delicious.

Useful Links:

Reculver Towers and Roman Fort | English Heritage (english-heritage.org.uk)

History of Reculver Towers and Roman Fort | English Heritage (english-heritage.org.uk)

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Published by Tamsin Jones

Life is a journey, treasure it..... #myadventure 🇬🇧 Working Mum & Wife My passion is to explore

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