Public Transport | Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
Rye Station

Public Transport

Visiting the Nature Reserve by public transport is easy with a train station in nearby Rye.

From the station you can take a long circular walk or cycle around the whole reserve. If you just want to visit the Beach Reserve, catch a bus or taxi to Rye Harbour village or Winchelsea Beach.

Map of Rye Town

The nature reserve is down the road called Harbour Road. There is an information board with a map where that road goes over the river Brede.

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Train

Just 68 minutes from London or 100 minutes from Brighton. Rye is on the Marshlink line between Eastbourne and Ashford International stations and trains arrive hourly from both. Visit the National Rail Enquiries website for timetables and a journey planner, or call 08457 484 950.

Bus

There is usually a bus an hour from Rye station to Rye Harbour village and Winchelsea Beach. Traveline website, 0870 608 2 608

Taxis

Taxis wait outside Rye Station and meet all trains.

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