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Place Category: Beaches
Seatown beach is a steep shingle beach and is regarded as one of Dorset’s prime fossil-hunting spots and is especially good for the elderly or young as access is good.
In the shingle and fallen rocks at the foot of the cliffs you can find small ammonites.
Facilities include parking, toilets and food outlets.
We have no current information on dog restrictions for Seatown Beach.
Seatown Beach Weather Forecast
Light rain throughout the week, with temperatures rising to 21°C on Tuesday.Light rain starting in the afternoon.Today's Forecast
9->1837% 49% 11 mph
6:08 am 8:24 pmMostly cloudy throughout the day.Monday, Aug 21st
17->2133% 83% 7 mph
6:09 am 8:22 pmMostly cloudy until afternoon.Tuesday, Aug 22nd
16->211% 58% 10 mph
6:11 am 8:20 pmMostly cloudy throughout the day.Wednesday, Aug 23rd
15->191% 62% 8 mph
6:12 am 8:17 pmPartly cloudy throughout the day.Thursday, Aug 24th
14->184% 59% 13 mph
6:14 am 8:15 pmDrizzle in the morning.Friday, Aug 25th
14->1810% 71% 11 mph
6:15 am 8:13 pmLight rain in the evening.Saturday, Aug 26th
13->1915% 77% 3 mph
6:17 am 8:11 pmLight rain until evening.Sunday, Aug 27th
14->1927% 97% 9 mph
6:19 am 8:09 pm
Seatown Beach Tide Times
Seatown Beach Water quality
Samples are taken at regular intervals during the bathing season and at the end of the season the water quality is classified as:
- Excellent: the highest classification meaning the water is cleanest
- Good: generally good water quality
- Sufficient: meets minimum standards
- Poor: You are advised not to swim. The beach will stay open and an action plan should be in place to improve the water quality.
Photos from around the surrounding area