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Camber Sands in East Sussex provides a tranquil location for all the family to escape during a luxury self-catering break.

Camber Sands in East SussexCamber Sands in East Sussex provides a tranquil location for all the family to escape during a luxury self-catering break. This windswept expanse of golden sandy beaches with lagoons, shingle and saltmarshes means it is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Located near the quaintest town in England, Rye if full of up-market restaurants, boutiques and ancient inns to explore when a day at the beach is done. There is also Rye Harbour Nature Reserve which is a riddle of grazing marshes, lagoons and freshwater gravel pits, it is a Special Protection Area for Birds where you can spot all types of migrating flocks. The George and Webbes at The Fish café is well worth a visit whilst your there.

For history aficionados Hastings is home to the largest beach-launched fishing fleet and has a dedicated art community. There are also the remains of William the Conqueror’s first castle to check out, along with Kent and East Sussex Railway; which travels between Tenterden in the Kentish Weald and the 600-year-old Bodiam castle. During coastal breaks forage Camber Sands for shells and washed up beach treasure to take home as a keep-sake, you may even catch a glimpse of the Camber Sands lizard, or the skylark soaring overhead. Camber Sands has plenty of wildlife to be found and is home to over 250 species of plants and animals making it a perfect location of unique holidays.

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