The South Foreland Heritage Coast is a nature preserve in England. It is an extension of the popular “White Cliffs of Dover” to the Southwest. The heritage coast is full of high chalk cliffs that go all the way from Dover to hallway to the Deal. It is a huge underdeveloped area and also has two lighthouses. The South Foreland Heritage Coast is most visited for the South Foreland Lighthouse, which was the first lighthouse to use electricity. Visitors can actually go to the top of the lighthouse to enjoy the spectacular views and have a have a good time flying a kite or other games on the lawn.