The Street

The Street, Whitstable: Address, The Street Reviews: 4.5/5

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TWSS601
Ashford, UK51 contributions
Feb 2022
This is an unusual geological feature. We first spotted it from Tankerton Slopes. The 'street' appears as the tide goes out and extends a good way from the shore. Be sure to start your walk as the tide begins to go out and watch for it coming back in again. A fascinating experience.
Written 17 March 2022
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Jennifer T
Willesborough, UK11 contributions
Mar 2022
Lovely walk to the end, on a cold sunny morning .never know about this till today lived in Kent all my life
Written 8 March 2022
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Cathy L
Borough Green, UK138 contributions
May 2021
Great to wander down at low tide & get some photos of this natural feature. I wouldn't want to get caught on it when the tide was coming in though!
Written 21 May 2021
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Melissa Z
5 contributions
Oct 2020
We were told about The Street by a local. Not sure how often the Street is uncovered by the rides, but worth a wander out for a look back at Whitstable and Tankerton.
Written 22 October 2020
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Jeannie2207
Windsor, UK1,114 contributions
Sep 2020 • Couples
To see the street you definitely have to be here at low tide. We managed to walk out quite a long way and half an hour so later the tide was almost covering the whole pebble bank. It’s an interesting phenomena.
Great views from above as well.
Written 8 September 2020
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Jen
Whitstable, UK90 contributions
Aug 2020
A really cool strip of shingle pebbles and shells that goes into the water. Be careful and extra vigilant with incoming tide!
Written 17 August 2020
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PeteJ8888
Whitstable, UK227 contributions
Jan 2020
Plan to take a stroll up this shingle 'spit' approaching low tide, preferrably a spring low, so early morning or evening, when it's far longer. But don't dwell too long at the tip!
Written 10 January 2020
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Geoff H
Cranbrook, UK12,315 contributions
Nov 2019
Extending about half a mile from Tankerton Beach into the Thames Estuary, The Street is a strip of shingle which is exposed at low tide. When the tide is low, it is possible to walk out into the Estuary, with the water on either side and, when you get to the end, to look back at the old-fashioned Tankerton Beach (ie no amusements or donkey rides, etc) with its wooden groynes. It is a pleasant stroll and, if you are a photographer, as The Street is north facing, there should be the opportunity of getting good shots at either sunrise or sunset. Possibly the best views of The Street, when you can appreciate just how far it stretches out into the Thames Estuary are looking down at it from the Tankerton Slopes
Written 14 November 2019
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maxinebonta
Westgate-on-Sea, UK81 contributions
Aug 2019
Lovely on the terrace. This is a really nice place for lunch or just a coffee the menu is good and the food is a very good quality. We sat on the terrace where there is a good view of the garden where the children can play safely.
Written 7 November 2019
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Bobbelar
London, UK337 contributions
Sep 2019
I've been coming to Whitstable for many years and never noticed this phenomenon. If you are in the area well worth a look at low tide.
Written 27 September 2019
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