Dymchurch in Kent is a seaside resort located 5 miles south-west of Hythe on the Romney Marsh. The village has a small fair ground and the usual chip shops etc. Dymchurch beach is sandy and quite flat, it stretches over 3 miles. There is plenty of car parking (pay and display), some along side the sea wall. Don’t forget your fishing rod if going afloat.

How to get there:

Between Folkestone and Rye on the A259

Facilities:

Toilets on seawall, 3 pubs, tescos express.

Hazards:

Safe shallow bay, no unusual hazards.

Ins and Outs:

Slipway for trolley portage in centre of village, carry kayaks over seawall at southern (martello) car park.

Notes:

Improvement work on the sea wall on the sea wall has put second slipway out of bounds, will be much better promenade when finished. 2011?

Overview:

Dymchurch has one of the best sandy beaches on the South Kent coast, very popular with day trippers and campers.

Location:

Dymchurch

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