Camping west sussex sea

Along the coast Hastings includes child friendly beaches marked with sea creature landmarks and excellent wheelchair access using floating buggies which travel across shingle and into the water.

With great fishing attractions and the Blue Reef Aquarium there is plenty to see and do, including great views from East Hill Cliff Railway.

The vast sandy beaches and dunes at Camber Sands are perfect for sand castle building, exploring and a great place to try out kite surfing with a local school on hand to give lessons, plus nearby Winchelsea is great for watersports too.

Rye Harbour Nature Reserve includes protected shingle beaches and marshland, teaming with wildlife.

En definitiva, y como comenté al principio, el gran aliciente de minube es su comunidad.

Eso hace que te des cuenta que no es una web que quiere venderte algo sin más y que puede ayudarte en todas las partes de tu viaje (gastronomía, restaurantes, lugares de interés, lugares más apartados, transporte, donde dormir...) seas el tipo de viajero que seas.

Nearby Bexhill and Pevensey are both popular for windsurfers and offer unspoilt beaches, tea rooms, cafes and ice cream parlours.

Norman's Bay is great for camping and includes great wheelchair access.

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With child friendly beaches, Fort Fun aquasplash park, miniature railway, watersports, secluded cliffside walks and hidden Italian Gardens at the foot of Beachy Head there are plenty of ways to explore and end your day by chilling out at Sovereign Harbour amongst the bustling restaurants and shops.

A hidden gem, Birling Gap just a few miles along in the South Downs National Park, is accessed from the clifftop and a offers a peaceful spot to relax, with walks around the cliffs at low tide.

Further along at Exceat, the Cuckmere Valley reaches the sea with a lovely river side walk down to the beach and stunning views of the dramatic Seven Sisters cliffs featured in many films.

minube es mi compañera de viaje, la que siempre me acompaña en el bolsillo o en la mochila, donde sea que lleve el teléfono.

Es con quien comento lo que veo o a quien pregunto sobre qué ver, restaurantes, hoteles y hasta vuelos si me hace falta.

Y por supuesto, también me encanta poder volver de viaje lleno de vivencias, experiencias y fotos, poder compartirlas y quién sabe, ¿quizás inspirar a algún otro viajero a conocer nuevos destinos?

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