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All reviews donkey rides sea wall lovely beach high tide clean beach miles and miles buckets and spades amusement park sandy beaches fish and chips golden sands check tide times fun fair st mary's bay great for kids martello tower lovely walk
Amazing sandy beaches and great for the family and kids to make sand castles galore !!
Amenities are very close by and a visit to Dymchurch Amusement Park and a couple of pints in The Hidden Treasure Micropub afterwards is a must too.
Spent the whole day on the beach from 12 till 630. Went to the quieter part away from the toilets and shops. Beach is beautiful and the sea was warm enough to go in and swim. Only downside I would say is parking is quite...More
Sandy beach making it safe for children, check tides times before visiting. Beach areas very clean despite lazy people not picking up their rubbish and letting it fly around. That said there was a council worker picking up offending plastic cups and paper.
I’ve come here with my family for a couple years and the beach is just perfect. It’s got lovely sand, the sea is quite warm and there is a lot to do near the beach. The amusements are right next to the beach and they...More
Love Dymchurch beach, lovely sand for what seems to be miles, and so much better than Broadstairs where everyone is crammed together like sardines! It's small but lovely, it has a children's fun fair, arcade section, few shops and lots of space to run around...More
Visited recently and the children had a lovely day. Parking is very close to the beach and reasonable. Had an activity van that the council fund for children to make things. One day it was leather bracelets, the next it was a wooden wall plaque...More
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It’s all pretty sandy so if you park in the big carpark and head down the road where the Codfather fish and chip ship is turning left you’ll find yourself at a ramp pretty quick to get up to the main beach and then another... More
It’s all pretty sandy so if you park in the big carpark and head down the road where the Codfather fish and chip ship is turning left you’ll find yourself at a ramp pretty quick to get up to the main beach and then another ramp very close by to get down to the beach. There are a lot of steps so this was a good way up for us as we have a double buggy. It’s also close to a little shop for drinks and ice creams and the toilets. One thing I will say is we got there at 10 and by midday the tide was in and we only had the concrete steps to sit on. Also the beach was sandy but soaking so bring changes of clothes and lots of wipes!