Romney Marsh The Fifth Continent is known for its natural beauty, the diversity of its habitats, rich history, extensive coastline and its sheep.
There is much to see and do on the Marsh, from its fine sandy beaches, world’s smallest public railway, mediaeval churches, nature and bird reserves, unspoilt countryside and much more.
To see what Romney Marsh has to offer, please visit A to Z Index of What to See & Do
What’s On on Romney Marsh
Romney Marsh has many events throughout the year. See all events at What’s On
The history of Romney Marsh is essentially the story of reclamation of land from the sea, the ongoing battle to drain it and to keep the sea from reclaiming it back.
Throughout the centuries all this was happening, life on the Marsh was centred around sheep, smuggling and defending it from invasion. See History
Romney Marsh through the eyes of the bald explorer, interesting facts and details well presented by our local historian and producer Richard Vobes see his work here http://baldexplorer.com/