Pevensey Bay Beach

East Sussex, England
Moderate
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About Pevensey Bay Beach

The shingle beach reveals a stretch of flat sands at low tides and is backed by an area of salt marshes called Pevensey Levels which has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to the rare plant, bird and animal life which lives there, including the Fen Raft Spider. From the beach, visitors can enjoy sea fishing on boat trips, wind surfing, kayaking and canoeing, jet skiing, sailing and swimming in the Marine Conservation Society Recommended waters. The beach is famous for being the site of William the Conqueror's landing in England in 1066, prior to the Battle of Hastings.

Walking
Swimming
Boating
Canoeing
Kayaking
Paddle Boarding
Kitesurfing
Sailing
Snorkelling
Surfing
Windsurfing
East Sussex, England
Latitude: 50.811359, Longitude: 0.352926

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