The main attraction is of course our lovely beach, with wonderful swimming at high tide and a paradise for playing, shrimping, windsurfing, exploring, watching wildlife or walking at low tide.  A little further afield are:

Bodiam River Boats – Rye Harbour Nature Reserve – Camber Castle – Winchelsea Town – Rye – Fairlight Cliffs – Bodiam Castle – Dungeness – Hythe/Dymchurch Miniature Railway – Rudyard Kipling’s House – Bexhill-on-Sea – Dungeness – Fairlight Cliffs – Rye Harbour

You can also swim at the Rye swimming pool. This is at the  Rye Sports Centre on The Grove. (Turn down Rope Walk, cross the railway line and it’s on the left).
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These are just a few of the many places to visit in the area.
The neighbouring village of Rye Harbour is within easy walking or cycling distance along the shore road , and has a shop, pub, café and fishmonger selling local fish.

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