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We decided to come to Joss Bay because of parking. We stopped at Botany Bay for 5 minutes just to take a look and got shouted at by locals without even leaving the car!
We put 4 pound coins in the meter at Joss Bay...More
If you go very early this is a beautiful place. It gets very busy by mid morning on a sunny day.
Downside - The Cafe. Bring your own bag if you don't by hot food. Perfect place for new pop up food stalls to make...More
Fantastic little beach not too known by the tourists. Often busy with locals but for a good reason. Brilliant facilities including bouncy castles and slides for the kids, clean toilets, tons of parking and The most reasonably priced beach cafe I’ve ever seen.
A lovely sandy beach with rock pools and beach play area with trampolines and inflatables at £5 unlimited use per child for the day. Toilets on the beach and plentiful parking, a small cafe area and deckchairs/windbreaks for hire.
I have previously been to Joss Bay with a large group of children that I work with. I decided to take my children who are 12, 10 and 7 at the beginning of the holidays. We parked in the field over the road from the...More
If you are thinking of spending the day at Joss Bay, make sure that you bring enough money for parking. The council have put "pay by phone" parking signs on Elmwood Avenue which means that it is now not possible to park anywhere near the...More
There is a private car park in the field opposite but from memory I think is around £6 a day. Beyond that it would be a case of walking. There are some other bays that are also really nice like Botany Bay (look up Botany Bay... More
There is a private car park in the field opposite but from memory I think is around £6 a day. Beyond that it would be a case of walking. There are some other bays that are also really nice like Botany Bay (look up Botany Bay hotel for satnav) where you can park free but theres not all the facilities.