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Faversham Visitors Guide

  • Walking tours (7)
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Faversham
Faversham

4.6 miles (7.4km) approx. 9,250 steps
Allow 2.5 hours

About the walk:
This walk starts near Stonebridge Pond once the heart of the nation’s gunpowder industry. As you follow the course of Faversham...

Rated 5 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Footsteps of Royalty and Romans - Faversham
Footsteps of Royalty and Romans - Faversham

6.25 miles (10km) approx. Allow 3 hours. Public toilets are available in Faversham town centre car park.

Sandwiched between Sittingbourne and Whitstable, Faversham is an historic Kentish treasure...

Earth, Wind and Water- Faversham
Earth, Wind and Water- Faversham

Explore an exquisite Kent landscape where the riches of earth, wind and water are harvested in one of the most dynamic, yet enigmatic, corners of the county. You’ll be mesmerised by the diversity of...

Two Creeks Walk-Faversham
Two Creeks Walk-Faversham

Step back in time on the trail of Faversham's two creeks and discover the rich maritime and farming legacy that made this area the larder of London.

From grain fields to fertile windswept marshes and...

A Land For All Seasons- Faversham
A Land For All Seasons- Faversham

Explore one of Kent's most picturesque and appealing farming landscapes; nestling in the chalk slopes of the North Downs, an area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of the Garden of England.
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A Walk on the Wild Side- Faversham
A Walk on the Wild Side- Faversham

Take a Walk on the Wild Side and discover one of Kent’s most beautiful wildlife havens on the doorstep of the historic market town of Faversham.

You’ll be bowled over by breath-taking views across...

Syndale Valley Walk- Faversham
Syndale Valley Walk- Faversham

Escape to a land that time forgot, where farming, food and rural traditions remain the cornerstones of community life among the unspoiled and picturesque scenery of the Syndale Valley. Running through...