Covehurst Bay, also known as Fairlight Glen beach is mainly shingle with some large boulders and patches of sand at or near low tide. This area has a lot of Read more [...]
Find The Nearest Beach East Sussex
Planning a trip to East Sussex and looking for the nearest beaches. The East Sussex coast offers busy seaside towns such as Brighton and Eastbourne, but also has the contrasting unspoilt locations such the white cliffs of the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head. Beaches range from large pebbles at Brighton to a sandy beach with dunes at Camber Sands.
Birling Gap is a beautiful pebble beach set below the dramatic backdrop of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs. The beach is good for hunting fossils in the chalk on the Read more [...]
Newhaven Harbour beach is a small sandy beach within the harbour breakwaters that is exposed at low tide. The beach shares parking, cafe and slipway with the West Quay beach Read more [...]
Eastbourne is a traditional British seaside resort with pier, bandstand, promenade and famed floral carpet gardens. Very popular shingle beach which has sandy stretches at mid to low tide. From Read more [...]
Pevensey Bay beach is shingle beach with groynes to protect from erosion. This is a popular windsurfing and kitesurfing beach with easy access and a car park right on the beach Read more [...]
Brighton beach is a long pebble beach attached to a vibrant town on the south coast under an hour’s journey from London. Although not one of the prettiest beaches in Read more [...]
West Quay beach is a sand and shingle beach tucked behind the western breakwater. Newhaven Fort is located on top of the cliffs with tunnels that lead down to the Read more [...]
St. Leonards beach is shingle and sand as the tide goes out. The town of St. Leonards-on-Sea is full of Regency houses and is joined to Hastings. Car parking, toilets, cafes, Read more [...]
Normans Bay beach is a wide-open expanse of beach. The beach is typical of this part of coast with pebbles at high tide and as the tide goes out large Read more [...]
Eastbourne Seafront has a number of beaches that offer slightly different experiences for the eastbourne visitor. Watersports including windsurfing and kayaking. Parking, toilets, showers, lifeguards, promenade, pier, restaurants, cafes, shops, Read more [...]
The Western Parade beach on Eastbourne’s seafront is a sand/shingle beach with a promenade and groynes. Road parking, toilets, cafe. We have no dog information for Western Parade beach.
Bexhill is perfect for a day out at the seaside, with two miles of promenade running behind a long, gently shelving shingle beach with stretches of sand when the tide Read more [...]