Between the centre of Dover and the famous Shakespeare Cliff the Saxon Shore Way is signposted slightly inland rising above the A20 to the Western Heights. A slightly shorter route along the shoreline shingle via the Western Docks is only passable at low tide. Samphire Hoe, beneath the cliffs, is made up from the material dug to create the channel tunnel. The site is visible, but not accessible, from the path, and has been planted with wildflowers and grasses - a stunning view. The Battle of Britain Memorial with its iconic statue of a pilot and memorial wall is a few steps off the path at Capel Le Ferne. http://www.battleofbritainmemorial.org. This is a walk with stunning coastal views – everything you would want a cliff top walk to be!