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Walking in Faversham

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 Faversham Food trails, eight stunning circular walks in and around Faversham. All depicting the best of Kent produce and eateries on route. 

Market Town Faversham is Kent's magical destination for day walks and walking holidays, and for savouring fine food and drink while enjoying some of the county's best scenery.

Each circular walk is studded with great local food and drink offers. Our Faversham Food Trails showcase the best of local Kent produce. Walking in Faversham, near Canterbury and Whitstable, promises enjoyment and fun for everyone.

The recent Channel 4 Southcliffe Series was filmed in Faversham and three of our walks take you past land marks as seen in the series. If you would like to enjoy a walk and spot some film locations then please click on Southcliffe Walks.

More Offers and informationSelect route information, view an outline map, find out more about us on Facebook and Twitter, use our geocaching, download education packs or request information on offers and products.

The Peasant's Last Revolt walk in the Faversham area A walk on the Wild Side in the Faversham area Syndale Valley Walk, a glorious walk in the Faversham area Earth, Wind and Water walk in the Faversham area
Bountiful, beautiful Kent countryside - and the last battle on English soil.
(5.25 miles)
Big skies, sweeping views and an international bird reserve.
(7.5 miles)
High Downs and ancient landscapes, a place that time forgot.
 6.5/11 miles)
A magical mix of foreshore, fruit growing and wind farms.
(5/11 miles) 
The Two Creeks walk in Faversham Footsteps of Royalty and Romans walk in the Faversham area First Fruit a walk in the Faversham area, taking you past orchards A Land for all Seasons walk in the Faversham area
Boats, brewing and the waterways of the ancient Larder of London.
(5 miles)
Town into country and the famed National Fruit Collections.
(6.25 miles)
The home of English cherries, planted by order of Henry VIII.
(2/5.5 miles)
Ever-changing downlands, sleepy hamlets and an enchanted wood.
(9.25 miles)
Map of the Faversham area showing the walking routes Follow us on Twitter and facebook Geocaching in Faversham School resources for the walks in Faversham area

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