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It is a popular sandy beach, with picturesque dunes and interesting wildlife.
A large section of the western end of the dunes lie within the Camber Sands and Rye Saltings Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), while the rest is designated a Site of Nature Conservation Importance. The dunes are managed to prevent problems with wind-blown sand.
The holiday companies in Camber Sands are Pontins and Park Resorts.
The dunes were fortified and used for exercises in the Second World War.
There is a roughly square Mo D danger area and base inland of the east of the area.
The dunes resemble topographically those seen in parts of Normandy and challenging desert terrain.
Similar training facilities exist at Braunton in North Devon, in Scotland and in Pembrokeshire.
There are three main car parks in Camber, Western car park on New Lydd road which also has a large overflow car park opposite, Central car park, and the new car park on the old crazy golf site on Old Lydd road. Only Central has direct access to the beach, as you have to negotiate long steep sandy paths over the dunes to reach the beach from Western car park, unsuitable for prams, or wheelchairs. The beach has become a popular location for kitesurfing, kite landboarding and kite buggying due to its sand and favourable wind conditions.
Kite launches are only allowed in the designated area at the eastern end of the beach near the Jury's Gap car park.
Camber Sands, with its wide bay and large dune system, has been used in a variety of creative media.
The beach was used in the 1958 film Dunkirk starring John Mills to recreate Operation Dynamo.