Running between Littlestone-on-Sea and Dymchurch, the beach at St Mary’s Bay is sandy, clean and popular for bathing. You can see a remaining section of the Mulberry Harbour, constructed for the D-Day landings in 1944, out at sea. With the wildlife at Romney Marsh nearby, as well as a promenade and ice creams, there’s a variety of attractions for visitors. You can even take a ride on the nearby Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch narrow-gauge railway. Highly recommended.
Tony’s succinct eulogy.
A sunny day at St Mary’s Bay.