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Broadstairs is one of our favourite seaside towns to visit for the day.
It has an uncommercialised seafront with victorian architecture. Sandy beaches. Free on street parking.
Louisa Bay beach on the south side of the town is a smaller beach and has a beach...More
This beach is the nearest to where I live in broadstairs so visit it a lot. Great cafe but no toilet that I can recall. For those that moan about dogs this may be better than dumpton gap as not allowed on beach after 10am...More
This bay is a lovely, fun experience. With soft,silky sand and natural looking walls for kids to draw on with chalk from the cliffs. The Louisa Bay Cafe has really nice food and tops of the experience. In the summer, bring a wet suit and...More
This is a much small bay than Viking with not so much going on. There is a café which was closed when we visited but not a great deal else to see. It may be nicer when the larger beach next door becomes too busy?
Easy ramp down for launching and you can keep clear of most of the holiday makers and children swimming here unlike by launching from Viking Bay. It enable you to get straight on to the rockpools around the tidal paddling pool which pushes the waves...More
One of the 7 sandy bays around Broadstairs that are gently sloping to the sea so safer than many for children and has really nice café for drinks and paninis etc plus close to Broadstairs itself for cream teas and the usual fish and chips
At least twice a week I have a coffee here, often accompanied by a warm panini. Splendid views across the beach, especially good at low tide. Friendly staff, loyalty scheme and good breakfast and warm food options for location.