Activities in Deal
Deal’s unique location adjacent to both coast and countryside provides many opportunities to exercise both the mind and body – a perfect way to enrich your senses.
The famous golf links at nearby Sandwich Bay and Deal attract top players and White Cliffs Country hosts the Open Championship. Royal Cinque Ports Club, Deal 01304 374007
Tides Pool & Dry Side Sports Centre, Victoria Park, Park Avenue. Tel: 01304 373399 Deal’s indoor tropical lagoon! Leisure pool with waves and gusher, fun water features and giant slide. Jacuzzi and toddler pool. Fully equipped
Impulse Health & Fitness suite and sauna. Badminton, Basketball, 5 a-side football and tennis courts. Café and licensed bar.
Deal’s coastal waters are among the best for Sea Angling in England.
You can enjoy fishing from the beach and pier all year round, but the most successful season begins in September. World fishing championships are held in Deal regularly. You can also charter boats from Deal beach.
Sailing & Rowing
Sailing and rowing are popular activities along this coastline and every year the Rowing Regatta organised by Deal Rowing Club and the Sailing Championships at the Downs Sailing Club are greats sight to see from Deal seafront – the events are normally in July.
Great cycling can be enjoyed on both local or National Cycle Routes.
For more information visit the website: www.whitecliffscountryside.org.uk or click on the link below to find out more about the cycling routes.
Betteshanger Country Park
This park is a nature re-serve encompassing 200 acres of natural beauty with added facilities including rambling, walking, bird watching as well as a road race cycling circuit, BMX Track, cross country running and orienteering facilities. Bike Hire is available.
There is also a short circular bridleway accessed from the Southwall Road entrance only.
Deal is charming to explore on foot, from gentle walks following the sea to Sandwich or Kingsdown, to more demanding long-distance footpaths.
Saxon Shore Way
Extends some 160 miles around the coast and follows the coastline as it was some 1500 years ago, the stretch from Deal to Dover has been described as the most exciting and evocative of all.
North Downs Way
Can be picked up in Dover and offers tran- quillity, beauty, historical and literary interest and some splendid natural history. Much of the Dover route follows the chalk escarpment.
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