Crunch through a blanket of leaves in an ancient forest. Watch a medieval battle brought vividly back to life. Catch a fiery sunset from a deserted beach. And dive into a cosy pub for ghost stories beside a crackling fireside. Autumn in Camber Sands is a time of striking natural beauty and fascinating historical events. In Enjoy the Beauty of 2018 Autumn in Camber SandsRead More
As well as stunning landscapes cloaked with gold and red, autumn is also great for food and drink festivals, scaring yourself silly on a ghost walks in historic castles and testing your photographic skills in the perfect autumn sunlight.
Just beyond the cobbled streets of Rye, wild boar roam free in the surrounding woods. Once hunted to the point of extinction, small populations are now beginning to thrive once more. And at the end of every October, Rye’s local restaurants, pubs, and hotels pay homage by hosting Wild Boar Week. Now in its 8th Beside The Sea’s Guide to Wild Boar Week 2018Read More
Autumn Beside The Sea Autumn is a magical time of ghosts, gunpowder and of course a famous battle in 1066 country. As the surrounding countryside puts on a blaze of colour, with the leaves turning into shades of crimson, gold and orange, you can enjoy fiery sunsets over the deserted Camber Sands. This time of Autumn Beside The SeaRead More
The reasons to visit Camber Sands change with the seasons. With temperatures above the national average, the warmer months are a big hit for holiday-makers seeking a sun-filled, beachside getaway. As the temperatures fall later in the year, you can revel in the fresh sea air and have the beach entirely to yourself. Whatever time What’s Camber Sands Weather Like?Read More
Autumn, the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness. Skies illuminated with bursts of turquoise and pink, coast and countryside dusted with gold and auburn… The perfect time for a holiday beside the sea. Why not explore the ancient towns of Rye and Winchelsea as the sky glows red and gold in the low autumn sun. The Perfect Autumnal EscapeRead More