The Parish of Lydd is at the southern end of Romney Marsh, with the town of Lydd and the coastal villages of Dungeness, Greatstone and Lydd-on-Sea.
The most southerly village in Kent, Lydd reached the height of its prosperity during the 13th century. Find out more
Dungeness lies on a headland on the south Kent coast formed largely of a shingle beach in the form of a foreland. Find out more
Lydd-on-Sea is a modern village facing the English Channel, mostly built after World War II. Find out more
Greatstone lies between farm land and a nature reserve to the west and the English Channel to the east. Find out more