St. Mildreds Bay, Kent

St. Mildreds Bay tide times



July 2024

St. Mildreds Bay tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Wed17
03:011.4m
15:281.6m
09:123.7m
21:433.7m
Thu18
04:101.3m
16:361.4m
10:173.9m
22:483.9m
Fri19
05:071.2m
17:341.2m
11:174.1m
23:464.2m
Sat20
05:591.1m
18:290.9m
12:104.3m
Sun21
06:491.0m
19:220.7m
00:364.5m
12:564.5m
Mon22
07:360.8m
20:130.5m
01:244.7m
13:414.6m
Tue23
08:230.8m
21:020.4m
02:094.8m
14:234.7m


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Things to see and do near St. Mildreds Bay

If you're planning a visit to St. Mildreds Bay, 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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  • Exploring Shipwrecks – St. Mildreds Bay is home to several shipwrecks, all of which are easily accessible from the shore. Take some time to explore the remains of these centuries-old vessels and marvel at the history they have to tell.
  • Hunting for Sea Shells – A great way to spend an afternoon is by hunting for sea shells along the shore of St. Mildreds Bay. Collect your finds and make a beautiful seaside keepsake to take home with you.
  • Swimming in the Sea – With its beautiful clear waters, St. Mildreds Bay is a perfect spot for a refreshing dip. Take a swim and enjoy the serenity of the Kent coastline.
  • Walking Along the Cliffs – The cliffs overlooking St. Mildreds Bay offer stunning views and an ideal spot for a leisurely stroll. Take in the sights and sounds of the sea and breathe in the salty air.
  • Exploring the Sandy Beaches – St. Mildreds Bay has several sandy beaches, perfect for a fun day out. Spend the day sunbathing, building sandcastles or taking a dip in the sea.
  • Enjoying a Picnic – Pack a picnic and head down to St. Mildreds Bay for a memorable lunch with a view. Enjoy the tranquility of the bay, as your lunch is accompanied by the sound of waves lapping against the shore.
  • Beachcombing – Spot some treasures while combing the shore of St. Mildreds Bay. From sea glass to driftwood, you never know what you might find.
  • Kayaking – Enjoy the scenery and wildlife of St. Mildreds Bay from a different perspective. Kayak along the shore and take in the breathtaking views as you go.
  • Visiting the Wildlife Reserve – The RSPB Northward Hill Wildlife Reserve is located just a few miles from St. Mildreds Bay. Take a walk through the reserve and observe the abundance of wildlife in its natural habitat.
  • Birdwatching – With its expansive mudflats and wetlands, St. Mildreds Bay is a paradise for birdwatchers. Keep an eye out for the many species of migratory birds that make their home here.
  • Hiking Along the Coast – Take a hike along the coast and explore the stunning Kent countryside. Stop at one of the many lookouts and take in the breathtaking views.
  • Shopping and Dining in Whitstable – The nearby town of Whitstable is a great spot for a day out. Spend the day browsing the shops and then finish off with a bite to eat in one of the many cafes and restaurants.
  • Visiting the Castle – Reculver Castle is located just a few miles from St. Mildreds Bay. The ruins of this 11th century castle are a must-see for anyone visiting the area.
  • Taking a Boat Trip – Take a boat trip from Whitstable harbour and explore the coastline from the sea. You can spot ships passing by and take in the beauty of the Kent coastline.
  • Visiting Margate – The nearby town of Margate is a popular spot for a day trip. Explore the many attractions, including the historic Dreamland amusement park and the Turner Contemporary art gallery.

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