Bexhill-on-Sea in East Sussex Town Guide

Beaches

Beaches in Bexhill-on-Sea

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St Leonards Beach

St Leonards-on-Sea 3.7 miles from Bexhill-on-Sea

The beach at St Leonards-on-Sea has an extensive pebbled shoreline stretching out from Hastings Pier westwards to Bulverhythe.

Cooden Beach

Cooden 1.6 miles from Bexhill-on-Sea

Cooden exemplifies the quintessential Sussex beach scene, featuring an expansive expanse of shingle punctuated by wooden groynes that beautifully define its character. During low tide, a series of sandy flats are unveiled, adding to its coastal allure. This shoreline is a favored destination for kite surfers and windsurfers, drawn by the conditions that lend themselves … more

Pelham Beach

Hastings 5 miles from Bexhill-on-Sea

Pelham Beach has been thoughtfully designed with families in mind, featuring a delightful arrangement of eight vibrant characters that serve as reference points for children to orient themselves on the beach. The beach area is cleverly divided into eight distinct zones, each marked by a character with a unique name. This design ensures that if … more

Bexhill Beach

In Bexhill-on-Sea
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Bexhill’s beach is a beautiful shingle beach that stretches for approximately two miles from Galley Hill in the west to the Polegrove in the east. The beach offers a picturesque setting with stunning views of the English Channel and is a popular destination for sunbathers, swimmers, and water sports enthusiasts. Visitors can enjoy a leisurely … more

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Bulverhythe Beach

St Leonards-on-Sea 2.8 miles from Bexhill-on-Sea

Bulverhythe Beach is actually part of the Combe Valley Countryside Park! Characterised by its vegetated shingle composition and backed by low sandstone cliffs on its western edge. Its ecological and geomorphological significance has even lead to its recognition as an SNCI (Site of Nature Conservation Interest). Noteworthy attractions include the Amsterdam shipwreck, a site legally … more

Normans Bay Beach

Normans Bay 3.9 miles from Bexhill-on-Sea

The beach boasts a gentle slope comprising of a mix of sand and shingle, leading to the water’s edge. When the tide recedes, a wide stretch of sand is revealed. It’s important for visitors to heed the signs cautioning about the potential for sinking sands. With no lifeguard on duty, it’s advisable to remain within … more

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Warburtons Pet and Garden Centre

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Abstract Art

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