Famous for its vast expanse of golden sands which run for over 7 miles, stretching from the Rother Estuary at Rye to Dungeness, Camber is definitely the place to visit if you’re looking to get away from it all and relax by the beach on the south-east coast.
Being the only sand dune environment in East Sussex, the area provides a natural habitat for a variety of animals and plantlife, keep your eyes peeled for you never know what you might find! For those who are indeed nature enthusiasts,check out the nearby Rye Harbour Nature Reserve and the Dungeness National Nature Reserve. At low tide, the sea can be up to half a mile away from the dunes, meaning that there’s never a shortage of beach to be explored.
Alternatively, for those who like the great outdoors, the beach also has an area which plays host to several sporting activities including windsurfing, kitesurfing, buggying and landboarding.
The village of Camber itself has all the basic amenities that you would require within reach of your holiday home with several cafes, pubs and restaurant as well as a post office and general store. Located just a short drive aware is the nearby medieval town of Rye and the popular resort of Winchelsea, both of which offer rail connections.