We visited back in October to see the Lighthouses today we went for the beach. A promontory of shingle, Dungeness lies on a headland on the south part of Romney Marsh. A few fishing boats launch from the large shingle beach but evidence of a larger fleet in the form of rotting boats and disused rusting winches which once pulled them ashore remains. The coast here is surreal with once fisherman huts turn into luxury holiday homes many rebuilt in modern styles. The backdrop to this expanse of gravel is Dungeness Nuclear Power Station.
Above link to my October visit.