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Camber Sands, East Sussex

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Camber Sands, East Sussex
Camber, East Sussex, England
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Camber Sands is a long stretch of wonderful sandy beach looking out to Rye Bay, at the easternmost extremity of East Sussex, near the border with Kent. To the west is Rye Harbour, where an old Martello Tower still stands at the entrance to the once busy harbour, and just a few miles away is the historic town of Rye itself.

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