30 Jan Broadstairs Beaches
Viking Bay, Broadstairs
Planning a vacation to Broadstairs, Kent will be a great idea because you will be instantly struck by the ethnic beauty that is characteristic of the place. The long winding streets and the cluster of fisherman cottages all adds to the charm of the place.
There are a number of bays in Broadstairs, but the main thing that attracts the first time visitor to Broadstairs is the magnificent horse shoe shaped bay called the Viking Bay.
You can treat your eyes to a magnificent view of the bay, watch the ships dock at the harbour and have a great time with your kids at the 150 meter long sand filled beach. To lie in the beach under the caressing rays of the sun could be a big boost to your vacation.
Kingsgay Bay, Broadstairs
Just round the corner is the beautiful Kingsgate bay with its famous arch which has been cut into the cliffs through by the sea. Kingsgate Bay is one of Broadstairs smaller beaches.
During high tide you are able to walk from Joss Bay Broadstairs all the way to Kingsgate Bay, but be sure to check the tidal times.
Perched over either side of Kingsgate Bay Broadstairs is The Captain Digby Pub Broadstairs which offers a fine selection of traditional English food and stunning sea views whilst on the other side there is the impressive Kingsgate Castle which is now private flats.
Stone BAY, Broadstairs
When it comes to Broadstairs Beaches you cannot get a better beach for families than Stone Bay based just around the corner from Viking Bay Broadstairs. Boasting a concrete promenade one is able to walk from Viking Bay through to St Mary’s Bay and then finally onto Stone Bay Broadstairs.
Stone Bay is one of Broadstairs most family orientated beaches with many choosing to have a permanent beach hut down there. The beach has parking on the street above the cliff and also boasts toilets and a beach cafe.
Botany Bay, Broadstairs
Heading towards Margate one of the last official Broadstairs Beaches is Botany Bay. This bay has stunning white cliffs many of which have been cut into fantastic shapes which provide the perfect spot for a fantastic photo opportunity.
There are also lifeguard patrols during the summer months and this beach is popular with windsurfers, body boarders and bathers. Botany Bay Broadstairs is also very close to the Kingsgate Hotel which offers a bear garden, hotel rooms and freshly prepared pub food.