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Rye: What to do when you get there?

Rye also known as the English kitesurfing haven is located in East Sussex. This port city dates back to Medieval times, making it a huge cultural attraction for tourists around the world. However, it’s so much more than a simple sightseeing town, it’s a water sports hub.

Situated an hour from South London, Camber Sands Beach is among the most popular beaches in England and has over 4 miles of amazing golden sand and shallow waters, ideal for kitesurfing. It also offers the most consistent wind compared to any other kitesurfing spot in the country. This part of Kent and Sussex is renowned for its great winds and the local kitesurfing season runs from March to November.

You can expect an average wind speed of 18 knots blowing north-east with a peak velocity of 18 knots during summer.

You can also explore this beautiful seaside resort with cycling tours. Discover the hidden, natural gems with a cycling tour led by an expert local guide.

Or maybe you’d rather see the coastline from the waters? Opt for a boat charter ride in a comfortable boat that can accommodate 9 passengers and see a plethora of sea creatures. You’ll travel around Rye Bay out to the 2 mile buoy off Camber Sands.

Come and visit this quaint English town and discover so much more than a small rural place.

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Rye: What to do when you get there?

Rye also known as the English kitesurfing haven is located in East Sussex. This port city dates back to Medieval times, making it a huge cultural attraction for tourists around the world. However, it’s so much more than a simple sightseeing town, it’s a water sports hub.

Situated an hour from South London, Camber Sands Beach is among the most popular beaches in England and has over 4 miles of amazing golden sand and shallow waters, ideal for kitesurfing. It also offers the most consistent wind compared to any other kitesurfing spot in the country. This part of Kent and Sussex is renowned for its great winds and the local kitesurfing season runs from March to November.

You can expect an average wind speed of 18 knots blowing north-east with a peak velocity of 18 knots during summer.

You can also explore this beautiful seaside resort with cycling tours. Discover the hidden, natural gems with a cycling tour led by an expert local guide.

Or maybe you’d rather see the coastline from the waters? Opt for a boat charter ride in a comfortable boat that can accommodate 9 passengers and see a plethora of sea creatures. You’ll travel around Rye Bay out to the 2 mile buoy off Camber Sands.

Come and visit this quaint English town and discover so much more than a small rural place.

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