Squeeze Gut Alley is one of the many alley ways which make up a large section of Whitstable, on the south east coast of England. First designed to provide easier access to the sea, smugglers and tourists alike have used them to navigate through the town.
Whitstable is like no other town by the sea. Its traditional charms, strong arts culture and rich maritime history complement Whitstable's modern appeal. Whitstable's main claim to fame is its oysters.
Six Reasons To Visit the seaside town of Whitstable in Kent
Stayed in the gorgeous Fisherman's Cottage in Whitstable, Kent, UK. A fabulous little town full of old & new shops, delicious fresh seafood at The Fisherman's Harbour & views which are spectacular. The Kent coast is a treat.
Harbour Street, Whitstable (Town Centre), Kent
Last minute shopping in town today but there's always time to stop and admire the cute cottages & flowers! Now there's presents to wrap and cakes to ice and wine to enjoy! . . . . . . . #whitstable#fromwhereistand#ourseasideneighbourhood#Christmaseve#iwishitwassnowing#lovemylottas#lottafromstockholm#iseelines#greenthumb#gardengoals#geraniumlove
its oysters, still served in restaurants in the town. The Whitstable Oyster Fishery Company is one of Europe's oldest commercial ventures, its oysters were exported across the Roman Empire. In 1480 Whitstable acquired a fish market in St Margaret's Street, a tradition that lasted until the mid-19th century. The town's connection with the sea extends to water sports, and the annual waterskiing championships which take place during the summer in WHITSTABLE, KENT, UNITED KINGDOM
Whitstable Town Center
Whitstable scores top town in the UK! You didn't need to tell me that! :)