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Place Category: Beaches
Pegwell Bay is a stretch of unprotected sea cliffs with great geological interest and a sandy bay. The bay is part of Kent’s largest National Nature Reserve.
A full-size replica Scandinavian longboat ‘Hugin’, complete with shields stands on the cliff top overlooking the bay to commemorate the first Anglo-Saxon landings in England hereabouts.
At the north east corner of the bay are the remains of a cross-channel hoverport that operated between 1969 until 1982.
Facilities include toilets, cafe, parking and picnic area.
Dogs allowed except between May and September.
No water quality measurement available for Pegwell Bay Beach.
Photos from around the surrounding area