Dungeness, Kent

Dungeness tide times



March 2024

Dungeness tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Mon04
11:042.5m
23:352.7m
03:396.3m
16:126.0m
Tue05
12:332.7m
05:165.9m
18:395.8m
Wed06
01:262.7m
14:172.5m
07:176.1m
19:566.2m
Thu07
02:522.3m
15:302.1m
08:266.5m
20:556.7m
Fri08
04:001.8m
16:341.6m
09:226.9m
21:457.1m
Sat09
05:021.3m
17:321.3m
10:117.3m
22:307.5m
Sun10
05:590.9m
18:241.0m
10:547.6m
23:127.8m


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Things to see and do near Dungeness

If you're planning a visit to Dungeness, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Beach Activities – Dungeness Beach is a large shingle beach, perfect for beachcombing and birdwatching. It is home to the RSPB Reserve, where visitors can explore the nature trails and observe the wide range of birds inhabiting the area.
  • Lighthouse Visit – The Dungeness Lighthouse is a Grade II listed building, located on a headland at the end of Dungeness. It was built in 1904, and is still in operation today. It is open for visits, offering spectacular views of the surrounding area.
  • Dungeness Nuclear Power Station – The Dungeness Nuclear Power Station is the oldest of the UK's nuclear power plants, and the only one located on the south coast. Visitors can take a guided tour of the power station, and learn about the history and technology of nuclear power.
  • Romney Marsh – Romney Marsh is a rural landscape of wetland and marshland, with a rich history and wildlife. There are plenty of walks, cycle routes and places to explore, with plenty of wildlife and bird watching opportunities.
  • Dungeness Lifeboat Station – The Dungeness Lifeboat Station is a RNLI station located at the entrance to the Dungeness Nature Reserve. The station is open to visitors, offering a chance to learn about the work of the RNLI and the history of the station.
  • Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway – The Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway is a 15” gauge miniature railway, running from Hythe to Dungeness. Visitors can take a scenic ride on the railway, and explore the surrounding area.
  • Dungeness Fish Hut – The Dungeness Fish Hut is a family-run seafood restaurant, serving freshly caught fish, seafood and local produce. It is a popular spot for visitors, offering a unique experience and a great view of the beach.
  • Lydd Airport – Lydd Airport is a small airport located near Dungeness. It is home to a variety of light aircraft, and visitors can take a tour of the airport and watch the planes take off and land.
  • Dungeness National Nature Reserve – Dungeness National Nature Reserve is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, known for its rare and diverse wildlife. There are plenty of walks and cycle routes, as well as a number of hides where visitors can observe the wildlife.
  • Rye Harbour Nature Reserve – The Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is a wetland nature reserve, with a variety of habitats including saltmarshes, mudflats and grassland. Visitors can explore the nature trails, and observe the wide variety of birds inhabiting the area.
  • Camber Castle – Camber Castle is a 16th century castle built by Henry VIII, located on the edge of the Romney Marsh. Visitors can explore the castle and its grounds, and learn about its history and architecture.
  • Lydd Golf Club – Lydd Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course, located on the edge of the Romney Marsh. It is a popular spot for visitors, offering spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.
  • Rye – Rye is a historic town, located near Dungeness. It is home to a variety of attractions, including the Rye Castle Museum, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, and the Lamb House.
  • Greatstone Beach – Greatstone Beach is a large sandy beach, located near Dungeness. It is popular for sunbathing and swimming, and is also home to a number of cafes, restaurants and pubs.
  • Dungeness Windmill – Dungeness Windmill is a Grade II listed windmill, located on the edge of the Romney Marsh. It is open to visitors, offering a chance to explore the windmill and learn about its history.

There are many things to see and do near Dungeness. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!