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Sheerness Beach

Sheerness beach is a 'Blue Flag' award winning (2017) bathing beach located centrally in the town of Sheerness on the north coast of the Isle of Sheppey. This predominantly shingle beach is characterised by a steep high sea wall with flood gates and ramps/steps at regular intervals. Steps lead down from the flat, wide seaward promenade to the pebble beach. The seawall is bordered by a wide expanse of green open space which leads to the promenade – making it an ideal spot for a picnic. Popular amongst families, it offers plenty of attractions for a great day out.

The award winning beach is served by good rail and road links with parking that includes blue badge spaces.

The RNLI are providing the beach lifeguard service on this beach on behalf of Swale Borough Councill.

Facilities

  • Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Registered Assistance Dogs welcome
  • Groups welcome
  • Coaches welcome