Seaford Bay Beach

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Firstaid, Campsite, Cafe, Caravan Park, Disability, Toilets


Fishing, Surfing, Swimming, Boating, Canoeing, Canoeing, Scuba, Jetskiing, Snorkelling, Golf, Tennis, Diving

Nature and Wildlife

Seaford Head Nature Reserve is adjacent to the beach offering cliff top walks. The reserve has ground flora of approximately 250 plants. There are many species of insect. including 28 species of butterfly; waders and sea birds can be seen on the foreshore


Free Parking Available /

Water Quality


Lifeguard information


Cleaning and Litter

The beach is cleaned as required and there are litter bins present.

Dog Information

Dog bins are provided but dogs are not allowed on the beach from May to September.

Beach Awards and Information

Marine Conservation Society Recommended

Seaford Tourist Information Centre. 25 Clinton Place. Seaford. East Sussex. BN25 1NP. Tel:01323 897426

Where is Seaford Bay Beach?

East Sussex / Seaford

Situated between Brighton and Eastbourne. the beach is reached directly from Marine Parade. Marine Parade is accessed off the A259 on the western side of Seaford town.

Bishopstone train station overlooks the bay and is within two minutes walk of the beach.

We use a simple colour coded key to display the amount of cottages nearby, the below shows the three different colours and the number range for each one from green through to red.

  • 1-10 1-10
  • 11-99 11-99
  • 100+ 100 +
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