The Beach of Dungeness


Photo Spot Summary

Category: Landscape

Country: United Kingdom


GPS Latitude: 50.919731

GPS Longitude: 0.977253

Directions: You'll need a car and a GPS to get here! Dungeness is a headland on the coast of Kent in England.

Photo Spot Details

The beach of Dungeness is littered with abandoned fishing boats that have rotten over the years, leaving some interesting relics which cry out to be photographed. Dungeness is classified as Britain’s only desert by the Met Office, so you know it’s going to be some interesting terrain! The beach is a combination of shingle and pebbles, so you’ll need some decent footwear. The area is quite exposed, so it pays to take some warm clothes, just in case.

The best place to park in on the private stretch of road that runs along the beach. As long as you pull off the road onto the side nobody minds you doing it. There’s a cafe and pub near the lighthouse, so you don’t have to worry about taking any food along.


The Beach of Dungeness

East Bungalow Dungeness Road, Romney Marsh, Kent TN29 9NB, UK


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