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Bus Station
  • Recomendado por 1 persona local
“Beach, country park and a chance to see some of the remains of efforts to support the D-Day landings which launched from here.”
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Transit Station
“A stony beach that forms part of Lepe Country Park, situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Views across to the Isle of Wight and excellent coastal walks featuring pine-fringed cliffs, D-day remains and wild flower meadows. The main swimming area is a short walk east of the car park. Postcode SO45 1AD ”
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“From the cafe on the beach enjoy superb views of the Isle Of Wight across the Solent water and take time to observe the boat traffic sailing past. Lepe beach was also used in the D-Day Landings on 6 June 1944 when 6,000 troops with heavy equipment embarked on their mission. There is plenty to see such as structures for the construction and launching of large concrete caissons, which formed part of the Mulberry harbours used during the Allied invasion of Normandy. This was one of many sites in the New Forest area used in the D-Day preparations. ”
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