Dymchurch beachDymchurch , United Kingdom
In the online camera there is the beach of the small English town of Dymchurch. The coastline in a live feed annually attracts many thousands tourists and residents.
The sandy Dymchurch coast in this webcam extends from north to south for almost 5 km. The beach in an online broadcast is washed by the English Channel.
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Here you can practice beach and water sports, swim in the sea, go fishing or just sunbathe. Also there is the possibility of a fun donkey ride.
Near the beach of Dymchurch, which you see in this online camera, there are cafes, restaurants, pubs and other entertainment.
It is important to know: during the summer season, dogs are not allowed on the beach in this live stream. You can walk your four-legged friends along the coast in an online camera from October 1 to April 30.
There are public toilets next to the High Street central car park that are open year-round during the day and closed at night. There are also toilets next to Dymchurch beach, which you see in a live camera.
In the coastal waters of the beach in a webcam is especially popular jet skiing.
The town of Dymchurch, whose beach the camera shows online, is a village in the English county of Kent.
In addition to the beautiful Blue Flag beaches, the city has several interesting sights. One of them is the Martello Tower, built in the 19th century. It forms part of the coastal defense system.
Another historical attraction of the city of Dymchurch is the 12th century Norman Church of Dymchurch, erected in honor of Saints Peter and Paul.
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