Dymchurch is a popular seaside resort, complete with holiday camp, caravan parks, light railway station and amusement park.
One of the major attractions of the village must surely be the beautiful sandy beach. Awarded a “Tidy Britain Group Seaside Award” for the past 10 years, the sandy beach extends for as far as the eye can see, well at low tide anyway! Swimmers, jet skiers and windsurfers alike, gather to make the most of the water, whilst those who prefer less energetic pastimes may ride the Donkey’s, fly kites or simply enjoy sitting on the sand.
Facilities of all kinds can be found on the wide seawall, which may have been built by the Romans incidentally. Ice Cream, Candy Floss, Toilet Facilities, 2 Beach Manager’s and a First Aid Post are all on hand, as is the Village High Street which is literally a 1 minute walk from the beach. Access to the seawall and Toilet facilities are provided for the disabled.
Restaurants, Cafe’s and Take Away’s offer a good choice of food and the Pubs & Inns offer food too. All the seaside “goodies” are available, sticks of Dymchurch Rock, Inflatable beach toys of all kinds and maybe even a “Kiss Me Quick” hat if you look hard enough!