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St. Mary's bay beach is a beautiful sandy beach that spans a long distance across and is perfect to go paddling on a nice day. Remember to take water and all provisions such as suncream with you as the walk is quite difficult (steep and...More
I beautiful little cove hidden away in Brixham. Get it on a nice hot day and you will feel like your abroad. From the car park there is a short walk through woods before you decent the steps to the beach. Water is crystal clear,...More
What a great little beach...nice and sandy with a few stones at the top and nice 'safe' beach and not too busy! Tide goes out a long way but the sea us shallow for 100 meters Parking was very close to the beach to no...More
Part of the Dymchurch Bay which spans 14 miles of beaches - St Mary's Bay is a wonderful sandy beach with a delightful promenade
It links directly to Littlestone Beach on the western side and Dymchurch Beach on the eastern side
Ample parking - plenty...More
Such a beautiful beach that goes on for miles with lovely views. Access for wheelchair which was great although there are some small holes in the pavement getting in but when reaching the top just gorgeous. This beach is close to my aunt so hopefully...More
We were travelling home from a break away, we wanted the beach as was a hot day, we had set our minds to go to dymchurch was so busy nowhere to park was going to go home but we found st Mary's bay parked up...More
This is a great pebble beach located directly under the chalk cliffs affording terrific views up to them. Also when the tide is out there are lovely tide pools in the almost surreal white substrate. Further, this beach gives good views of some of the...More
We were travelling back from Hythe and decided to look along the coast and arrived at St Mary's Bay - amazing!
An enormous stretch of sandy beach, the tide was out and we walked for ages - the dog was allowed off in certain areas...More