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Louisa Bay

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Geoff H wrote a review Sep 2020
Cranbrook, United Kingdom9,911 contributions213 helpful votes
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Louisa Beach, when the tide is out, is a lovely, wide sandy beach. Ideal for families and accessible by both pushchair and wheelchair users. There is also a promenade at the back. It is quieter than Viking Beach, which is just round the corner.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Titi wrote a review Sep 2020
Greater London, United Kingdom168 contributions2,272 helpful votes
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Short much needed away weekend with my best friend Maria, easy to get access to by train, stay at Louisa bay .. walked to Ramsgate , beautiful walk by the beach .. on the cliffs.. nice fresh fish & chips by the sea.. nice 99p ice cream & live band Beautiful walk & nice swim in freezer water
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Geoff H wrote a review Dec 2019
Cranbrook, United Kingdom9,911 contributions213 helpful votes
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The guide books say that just around the corner from Broadstairs' Viking Bay is "peaceful" Louisa Bay with its "beautiful stretch of sandy beach" and "plenty of rock pools". However, if you look at my pictures you will see that the day we went to the "beautiful stretch of sandy beach" that is Louisa Bay there was not a bit of sand to be seen, nor any rock pools as the tide was right in. However, the noise from the crashing waves as they hit each other and the thunderous boom as they hit the promenade was exhilarating to say the least. We will just have to return when the tide is out to see what the guide books are talking about.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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places2seeplaces2go wrote a review Sep 2019
England, United Kingdom4,220 contributions758 helpful votes
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This small little bay is just outside the more famous Viking Bay, Broadstairs. When we visited early september it was very quiet, hardly anyone else on the beach. There is a good promenade & you can walk on that or if the tide is out around to Dumpton Gap.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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jdupreez wrote a review Aug 2019
Burgess Hill, United Kingdom30 contributions3 helpful votes
A small sandy bay next to the more well known Viking Bay. Much quieter than Viking Bay with a small sandy area and rocks for children to play on. By early evening most people have left and you can have a peaceful swim or sit on the beach undisturbed. Not ideal for long runs or games requiring a lot of space due to its size. Would definitely return.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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