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The Weather in Dungeness
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
A holiday letting by the largest shingle beach in Europe, Dungeness
Set on the windswept Kent coast of England, Dungeness is a land of awe-inspiring, strange beauty. A testament to this is the visionary artists that have lived here over time. Explore with Dungeness accommodations.
Pub grub on the sea
A Dungeness institution of sorts, the no-frills Britannia is situated between two lighthouses. It serves traditional British fare in a welcoming atmosphere, and dogs are allowed, too.
For light snacks and savouries, try the Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway (RH&DR) Café. Another Dungeness favourite is the child-friendly Pilot Inn Public House, known for its generous portions of fish & chips with extra-crispy batter. This pub affords gorgeous sea views.
The past lives on
First-time visitors to Dungeness will be astonished by the three early warning acoustic mirrors used during WWI. Look out for the two lighthouses that rise against the skyline, one far inland because of continuous shore movements. The Old Lighthouse boasts views over Dover and France on a clear day. The climb is steep but rewarding.
Prospect Cottage, the former home of filmmaker Derek Jarman, is an uneasy juxtaposition of charm against desolate landscapes. Learn about power and energy at the Dungeness Power Station Visitor Centre, a working centre where trained guides break it down so simply that even kids enjoy the visit.
Secrets by the sea
Home to over 600 species of life, and one of the world's largest shingle beaches, Dungeness National Nature Reserve is lined with easy trails and picnic areas. Birdwatchers, keep an eye out for firecrests and long-tailed tits, migratory birds, and water birds. The RSPB observatory is an excellent vantage point – remember to bring your binoculars.
The pebble beach is also a great spot for fishing. If you're lucky, you might just catch a sight of a boat going out to sea at the historic Dungeness Lifeboat Station.
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