The user-friendly, multi-tourism website www.visitthanet.co.uk showcases our district – its events, attractions, places to stay and activities to enjoy. District tourism businesses are listed, with images, on the website, at no cost. Much of Thanet website content is also featured at www.visitkent.co.uk.
Consumer e-newsletters are sent out throughout the year to opting-in visitors highlighting events, attractions and competitions.
Meanwhile, Tourism Matters, our monthly e-bulletin, provides tourism stakeholders with the latest news and training opportunities for businesses.
Read the latest issue of Tourism Matters here
Our social media channels drive traffic to the website and raise the profile of attractions, restaurants, events and accommodation offers – @VisitThanet on Twitter, Instagram and Visit Thanet on Facebook
Isle Magazine, our glossy full-colour publication, comes out twice each year with features and information about the area and includes a dedicated Visitor Guide. The magazine is distributed by the Visitor Information Service with responses to many enquiries. It is also available online www.visitthanet.co.uk
Our Visitor Map helps visitors get the best out of their time in the district. It is made available to visitors at many appropriate Thanet outlets and at events.
Thanet Tourism regularly joins forces in campaigns with Visit Kent to expand our distribution channels and routes to market. Recent examples include working together to reach the travel trade, golf and near Europe markets.
Kent's Big Weekend enables district attractions and experiences to be promoted countywide in return for free tickets to people from across Kent to visit during the two-day spring celebration.
Thanet Tourism has invested as a lead partner in Visit Kent’s award-winning Kent Contemporary campaign re-presenting the Garden of England with a 21st century twist. Striking images of Botany Bay, Broadstairs, Ramsgate Royal Harbour, Turner Contemporary and Margate have featured in the campaign. They have been displayed on 48-sheet posters across London’s overground and underground rail network, on Southeastern rail routes and on Eurotunnel.
2015 saw the addition of a new shot of Dreamland Margate used in the campaign.
New for 2016 was a stunning image of Viking Bay Broadstairs, as part of the campaign. Images were displayed at London Underground, mainline stations and on the huge transvision screen at London Victoria Station