Dungeness is sparsely populated and Europe’s largest vegetated shingle split with steep pebbly banks. Anglers and bird watchers are more common than families with the RSPB maintains a reserve with hides. Read more [...]
Planning a trip to Kent and looking for the nearest beaches. Kent offers such a diverse range of beaches with the organised Blue Flag beaches in the larger seaside towns like Broadstairs to the remote and untouched coast of Dungeness and the Isle of Sheppey. The Kent coastline offers something for everyone and is a short journey from London.
Finding the right Kent beach is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search at the top of the page to plan your next Kent beach visit.
Dumpton Gap is a quiet, sandy bay approximately 150 meters long with promenade, some rocks and backed by white cliffs. The beach provides a quieter option rather than the busier Read more [...]
St. Mildred’s Bay beach is a sandy bay with promenade, cliffs and tidal pool. At high tide most of the beach disappears so plan your visit although you can always Read more [...]
Greatstone Beach – The sandy beach at Greatstone is quite flat and stretches from north to south for over two miles backed by sand dunes. At low tide you can Read more [...]
Westbrook Bay beach is a andy beach with promenade. Facilities include cafe, toilets, lifeguards, chalets and deckchairs hire, designated water ski area with bowls and tennis nearby.
Deal beach stretches along the seafront of Deal split by the Pier and on the Western end you have the Tudor Deal Castle. Deal beach is a large shingle beach Read more [...]
Kingsgate Bay is a quiet and secluded sandy beach approximately 150 meters long and is one of the smaller of the Broadstairs bays. A great bay for those who like Read more [...]
Allhallows Beach lies on the northern edge of the Hoo Peninsula in Kent over-looking the River Thames estuary. Sandwiched between the rivers Medway and Thames, the location offers opportunities for Read more [...]
Sheerness Beach is sand and shingle located at the mouth of the Thames and Medway estuaries. Facilities include toilets at the leisure centre, car parking, swimming pool and cafes/restaurants on the High Street.
Epple Bay has a small sandy beach with chalk cliffs and cliff stacks. No facilities listed. We have no dog information for Epple Bay beach.
The Margate Bay beach is a sandy beach in the centre of Margate. The beach has a great tidal pool making this a family friendly beach with excellent facilities. Facilities Read more [...]
Pegwell Bay is a stretch of unprotected sea cliffs with great geological interest and a sandy bay. The bay is part of Kent’s largest National Nature Reserve. A full-size replica Read more [...]