Seasalter Beach is mostly a pebble beach with a steep shingle bank but as th Read more [...]
Seasalter Beach Information
Seasalter Beach is mostly a pebble beach with a steep shingle bank but as the tide goes out you get a large area of flat sand although this does turn into London Clay a little further out. The beach is divided by wooden groynes that can provide protection on windy days, and is not so busy as its more sandy neighbours like Westgate-on-Sea and the Broadstairs bays.
Seasalter is located on the Kent north coast facing the Isle of Sheppey, between the towns of Whitstable and Faversham. Much of the coastal area between Seasalter and Faversham is a coastal marsh with an abundance of wildlife including wildfowl, wading birds and the famous award-winning salt marsh lamb.
Facilities at the beach include cafe/restaurant, toilets, shop, beach hut hire, picnic areas, slipway, sailing club, Hoseasons Holiday Park and a nearby pub. If you are hungry then you can even pop along to the nearby Michelin star The Sportsman restaurant.
We have no current information on dog restrictions for Seasalter Beach.
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