Sussex, England, United Kingdom

Normans Bay

Normans Bay is a shoreline situated on the Sussex Coast, found in between Bexhill and Eastbourne. The beach is composed of a mix of sand and shingle, sloping gently towards the water. Visitors should exercise caution when walking on the beach to avoid sinking sands. It is important to note that there are no lifeguards on duty. On clear days, the beach is a great location for flying kites and offers distant views of Beachy Head. One section of the beach is sometimes used by naturists, although there are no sand dunes to provide privacy. Pevensey Levels, a nearby grassy marshland, is home to rare plants and invertebrates, but public access is prohibited. Parking near the beach is limited, however, directions are available for drivers, train travelers, and bicyclists. Swimming is considered safe if common-sense precautions are taken, but there are no toilet or refreshment facilities present. Dogs are permitted on the beach and parking is available a 5-minute walk away.
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One of the best bars near Normans Bay is The Star Inn.


One of the best restaurants near Normans Bay is The Star Inn.

Visitor Reviews

Visitor reviews highlight that the beach is great for walking, dog-friendly, and peaceful. Visitors enjoy the peacefulness, sandy area for dog walks, and clean beach and water quality but complain about the lack of facilities such as shops, restaurants, and toilets.

Where is Normans Bay?

Latitude: 50.8263359 / Longitude: 0.3971821

Normans Bay is located in Sussex. The following map of Normans Bay shows the exact location.

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