- Beach info
- Beach Map & Location
Firstaid, Shops, Restaurant, Campsite, Cafe, Caravan Park, Slipway, Pedalo, Disability, Toilets
Surfing, Swimming, Donkeyrides
Nature and Wildlife
South Coast cycle route 2 passes through Camber (SusTrans). Pleasant walks to the historic town of Rye through SSSI conservation areas. Excellent variety of flora and fauna in conservation areas with a number of restored gravel pits providing good habitat
Cleaning and Litter
The beach is cleaned daily by the District Council. Dog & litter bins are provided.
Dogs are allowed between May and September but must be on a lead and restricted between Zones F & H on the beach.
Beach Awards and Information
Quality Coast Award
Marine Conservation Society Recommended
Rye Tourist Information Centre. The Heritage Centre. Strand Quay Rye. East Sussex. TN31 7AY. Tel: 01797 226696. Fax: 01797 223460. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. web: www.VisitRye.com
How to find Camber Beach
East Sussex / Rye
Main A259 coast road via C24 to Camber/Lydd.
The nearest train station is at Rye from where regular buses travel to Camber/Lydd.
We use a simple colour coded key to display the amount of cottages nearby, the below shows the three different colours and the number range for each one from green through to red.
- 100 +
The Dog Restrictions mentioned apply to the middle portion of this 5 mile long beach. At either end dogs are free to run off the lead - towards the Dungeness end there is shingle and at the Rye end soft sand and dunes. With the tide out it is a vast area to gladden the heart of any dog.