What’s there?

Seasalter beach offers a large stretch of shingle beach with some sand and mud at low tide. Access to the beach is via steps up and over the sea wall.

There are beautiful views across the River Medway to the Isle of Sheppey where you can see the golden sands of Leysdown-on-Sea

There is free parking and a well maintained toilet block on the Faversham Road behind the sea wall.

Waldens of Seasalter is a large caravan site just over the road from the sea wall and they have a Cafe that is open to the public, should you need anything extra.

Close by

Whistable beach and town is approximately 3 miles away. This is also the location of the closest train station.

Seasalter beach at low tide, looking to the East towards Whitstable
The mud and sand flats of Seasalter beach looking across to Leysdown-on-sea
children enjoying the sandy flats as they explore for sea creatures.

How to find it…

Faversham Road, Seasalter, Whitstable.

What to take

  • Swimming kit, when the weather is warm enough.
  • Picnic blankets, chairs and shade for on the beach.
  • Beach shoes.