Enjoy a day out along the coast, without the hassle of driving!
Visit some of Kent’s most picturesque beaches, see the iconic White Cliffs, or explore the quaint villages - there’s so much to do and see on route 102.
Buses run up to every 20 minutes too, so there are plenty of journey options!
Don't forget the buses are designed to accommodate you in comfort and convenience too, with...
• Free Wi-Fi
• USB charging points
• Contactless payments
• High-back seats
Here’s some of the attractions you can visit along the route...
- Camber Sands: Relax on two miles of sandy beaches and dunes.
- Dungeness National Nature Reserve: Explore the unique reserve home to wooden houses, power stations, lighthouses and expansive gravel pits, as well as, diverse wildlife within its National Nature Reserve.
- Dymchurch Amusement Park: Have a go on various rides from Mickey’s Runaway and Rocket Revenge, to the nerve-wracking Ghost Train or Dymchurch Dodgems.
- St Leonard’s Church: See the largest and best preserved collection of ancient human skulls and bones in Britain.
- Folkestone Harbour Arm: Enjoy the unrivalled views of the fishing harbour and enjoy food and drink from local businesses, plus regular live music features and seasonal special events.
- Dover Castle: Visit the most iconic English fortress commanding the gateway to the realm for nine centuries.
- Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway: Take a 13.5 mile journey through ever-changing country side with stations at Hythe, Dymchurch, St Marys Bay, New Romney, Romney Sands and Dungeness.
Save money by buying a combined bus and train ‘Steamrider’ ticket from our driver.
For a day trip the best value ticket is a dayrider ticket which costs just £7.10 on the Stagecoach Bus App (£7.30 when purchased on the bus). Ask for a
‘kid for a quid’ on-board to add up to four kids for £1 each. Much easier than having to top up your parking ticket every few hours!