Hythe, Kent

Hythe tide times



March 2023

Hythe tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sun26
10:040.9m
22:101.1m
02:327.1m
14:526.8m
Mon27
10:311.3m
22:361.5m
03:096.8m
15:336.4m
Tue28
10:581.8m
23:092.0m
03:516.3m
16:226.0m
Wed29
11:362.2m
04:455.8m
17:265.6m
Thu30
00:022.4m
12:572.6m
05:575.4m
18:425.4m
Fri31
01:472.6m
14:342.6m
07:235.3m
20:105.4m


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April 2023

Hythe tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat01
03:132.4m
15:472.3m
09:095.5m
21:275.8m
Sun02
04:202.0m
16:471.9m
10:045.9m
22:136.2m
Mon03
05:131.6m
17:361.6m
10:376.2m
22:476.5m
Tue04
05:551.3m
18:151.4m
11:046.5m
23:176.7m
Wed05
06:331.1m
18:501.2m
11:326.6m
23:456.8m
Thu06
07:091.0m
19:241.1m
12:006.8m
Fri07
07:440.9m
19:571.0m
00:146.9m
12:286.9m
Sat08
08:170.9m
20:291.0m
00:437.0m
12:566.9m
Sun09
08:500.9m
21:021.0m
01:127.1m
13:267.0m
Mon10
09:211.0m
21:351.2m
01:457.1m
14:026.9m
Tue11
09:561.3m
22:131.4m
02:236.9m
14:446.7m
Wed12
10:371.6m
23:011.8m
03:086.6m
15:356.3m
Thu13
11:322.0m
04:086.1m
16:515.8m
Fri14
00:082.1m
12:552.3m
05:565.7m
18:485.6m
Sat15
01:462.2m
14:382.1m
07:445.7m
20:155.9m
Sun16
03:181.8m
16:001.7m
09:006.1m
21:216.3m


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April 2023

Hythe tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Mon17
04:351.4m
17:081.3m
09:596.5m
22:146.7m
Tue18
05:400.9m
18:051.0m
10:476.8m
22:597.1m
Wed19
06:340.6m
18:520.7m
11:287.0m
23:407.3m
Thu20
07:190.5m
19:330.6m
12:057.1m
Fri21
07:590.5m
20:090.7m
00:187.4m
12:407.1m
Sat22
08:340.6m
20:420.8m
00:557.3m
13:147.1m
Sun23
09:040.8m
21:121.0m
01:327.2m
13:507.0m


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Things to see and do near Hythe

If you're planning a visit to Hythe, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Visit the Historic Hythe Pier — Hythe Pier is an iconic symbol of Hythe, and it is the oldest pier in England. It is located on the banks of the Royal Military Canal and features a replica paddle steamer, a cafe, and a museum.
  • Stroll Through the Royal Military Canal — This 22-mile-long canal was built in the 1820s to protect the town from invasion. Enjoy a peaceful walk and observe a variety of wildlife along the way.
  • Explore the Romney Marsh — The marsh is a vast area of low-lying land and is one of the most peaceful parts of Kent. It is also home to a wide variety of birds, and some of the best marshland views in the country.
  • Visit the Hythe Imperial Hotel — This historic hotel is a popular destination for weddings and special occasions. It has been a local landmark since the 19th century and offers stunning views of the English Channel.
  • Tour the Historic Buildings of Hythe — The town of Hythe is renowned for its historic buildings, which include a 13th century church and a 16th century castle. Take a tour and experience the rich history of the town.
  • Take a Boat Trip on the Cinque Ports — The Cinque Ports is a series of five small ports in the English Channel. Take a boat trip and explore the charming towns of Rye, Hastings and Folkestone.
  • Visit the Hythe and Dymchurch Railway — This miniature railway is the longest 15-inch railway in the world and features a variety of locomotives. Take a ride and enjoy the spectacular views of the Kent countryside.
  • Sample Local Cuisine in Hythe — Hythe is home to a variety of restaurants, pubs and cafes. Sample local specialties such as Kentish ale, Romney Marsh lamb and Romney Marsh oysters.
  • Walk Along the Hythe Promenade — The promenade offers stunning views of the English Channel, as well as a variety of shops, cafes and restaurants. Enjoy a stroll and take in the fresh sea air.
  • Enjoy the Beach at Sandgate — Sandgate is a small village just outside Hythe. It is home to a beautiful beach, which is the perfect spot for a relaxing day out.
  • Visit the Folkestone Harbour Arm — This pier is a popular spot for fishing and walking. Take a stroll along the pier and enjoy the views of the English Channel.
  • Explore the Lighthouse at Dungeness — Dungeness is a shingle beach and a nature reserve. Visit the lighthouse and take in the stunning views of the Kent countryside.
  • Go Shopping in Tenterden — Tenterden is a quaint market town that is home to a variety of antique shops, art galleries and boutiques. Go for a stroll and explore the unique shops.
  • Take a Tour of the Romney and Hythe Railway — Take a vintage steam train journey and explore the countryside surrounding Hythe. Enjoy the stunning views of the Romney Marsh.
  • Visit the Romney Marsh Visitor Centre — Learn about the history and culture of the Romney Marsh at this visitor centre. Explore the interactive exhibits and find out more about this unique area.

There are many things to see and do near Hythe. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!