Port Seton Beach (East Lothian)

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  • Information

    Port Seton beach is the harbour end of the long Seton Sands beach. As you get close to the harbour the beach becomes more rocky/shingle. Great for exploring rockpools.

    Facilities include car parking, toilets, children’s play area, pub and hard path promenade and grass area behind the beach.

    We have no dog information for Port Seton beach.

    We have no current information on dog restrictions for Port Seton Beach.

    Why not check other beaches nearby as we have no beaches around Longniddry, 18 beaches in East Lothian, or check our list of East Lothian Dog Friendly Beaches.

  • Beach Water Quality

    No water quality measurement available for Port Seton Beach.

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    1 Review on “Port Seton Beach (East Lothian)”

    • Anonymous
      6 years ago

      Visited this beach on my way to Seton 15th c.church nearby. It is ideal for families staying at Seton Sands holiday park as it is only across the road. An attractive and clean beach considering the busy time of year I was pleasantly surprised. Sandy as well and can walk for miles round the coast and the grass bents are interesting with different plants and seabirds. a quirky feature is a tree with a rubber glove on every branch! I came across a sunflower plant in full bloom growing in the dunes.

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