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A coastal nature reserve with 5 birdwatching hides and miles of footpaths to explore. Habitats include saltmarsh, shingle, saline lagoons, grazing marsh and reedbed. Visit at any time of year to see a range of birds, plants and other animals...more
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This is a regular dog walking area with a car park close by. There is a surfaced route from the car park out to the front with options to divert onto unmade paths for a longer walk. There is fencing around the sanctuary area obviously...More
We discovered Rye harbour a couple of years ago a are now hooked. We love to walk the dog and the surfaces are great in all weathers. Wildlife is mostly separated so disturbance is minimal but you can see so much without leaving the main...More
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve is a great place to visit for a walk in the fresh air (with or without your dog, children or bike) offering sea, river and coastal inland pools and marsh. Whether you are a keen birdwatcher or just a beginner there...More
This place is a bit special to me as it's where my children learned to ride a bike, and later, rollerblade. This is an excellent place to walk, with a dog or otherwise. If you are a bird watcher (I'm not) then this is even...More
the Sussex wildlife trust is a great charity and owns a number of important habitat reserves throughout Sussex. Rye is possibly the jewel in the crown occupying a large site with enhanced sites for waterfowl and many other birds, mammals and insects. Good paths are...More
Daft though it may seem that is the ideal time to explore the reserve.
As your skin chills, and the rain drops roll down your face you may wonder whether the advice is from a mad man, but the fresh air will be all the...More
Response from 456MarilynH | Reviewed this property |
It is a good walk, but I would recommend that the walk from Rye is a bit long, as there is a good walk to the sea once you get there!! And that is not to be missed...but if refuelling Bosons Bite at the harbour is the place... More
It is a good walk, but I would recommend that the walk from Rye is a bit long, as there is a good walk to the sea once you get there!! And that is not to be missed...but if refuelling Bosons Bite at the harbour is the place to do it!!